As Christine Blasey Ford testified under oath this morning, she had been "terrified" to step forward publicly. But today, before a group of 21 senators and much of the nation watching, she told her story. Throughout, Ford was steadfast about one key fact: That she is 100 percent certain the person who assaulted her was Brett Kavanaugh.

Five hours later, it was Brett Kavanaugh's turn to defend himself against the charges, angrily accusing Senate Democrats of replacing “advise and consent with search and destroy.” Will either person’s testimony be a game changer?

Jim Braude was joined by attorney Kristen Gibbons Feden, who is fresh off her successful closing argument, in the prosecution one of the country’s first #MeToo trials — the Bill Cosby case.