• At a rally Tuesday night, Trump openly mocked Dr. Christine Blasey Ford's testimony of the night Brett Kavanaugh allegedly sexually assaulted her, according to Axios and everybody else. The President insinuated that she had too much to drink.
• Meanwhile, doctors at Kavanaugh's alma mater are calling for a "full psychological and substance abuse assessment" of Trump's SCOTUS pick based on his performance at the Senate hearings. Democracy Now:
The letter reads, 'Judge Kavanaugh exhibited behavior that, if engaged in during his possible tenure as a Supreme Court Justice, would yield a dangerous combination of instability and power.'
• In a press conference on Wednesday, Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Trump wasn't mocking Ford, he was just "stating the facts," according to CNN. She and the network's reporter, Jim Acosta, got into it:
• Speaking of facts, according to ABC, Jessica Leeds, Kristin Anderson, Jill Harth, Cathy Heller, Temple Taggart McDowell, Karena Virginia, Bridget Sullivan, Tasha Dixon, Mindy McGillivray, Rachel Crooks, Natasha Stoynoff, Jennifer Murphy, Jessica Drake, Ninni Laaksonen, Summer Zervos, and Cassandra Searles have accused Trump of sexual harassment and assault.
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— Asawin Suebsaeng (@swin24) October 2, 2018
• Kanye West, everybody:
reaching out to Colin Kaepernick. I would like you to speak with the president to tell him your experience directly. Let’s have a dialogue not a diatribe.
— ye (@kanyewest) October 3, 2018
• A Democrat on the Senate Finance Committee asked the IRS to investigate Trump for tax fraud, reports The Hill. If you haven't read all 14,000 words of that New York Times's expose of Trump's tax evasion, pour a glass of something and do it. It's a great piece of writing.
Today, I called for the IRS to fully investigate the allegations of tax fraud committed by @realDonaldTrump and his family. pic.twitter.com/rkxhsvFMkr
— Ron Wyden (@RonWyden) October 3, 2018
• The President fired off the first "Presidential" wireless text alert:
Making sure this works. https://t.co/L6NQrWNoaN
— Hillary Clinton (@HillaryClinton) October 3, 2018
It is the 621st day of Trump's presidency, and Trump can now text us whenever he wants.