“But now they’re coming at him with this accusation from someone anonymous who that he was at a party, which I find hard to believe, in high school,” Maher continued.
“And drunk, allegedly” former White House advisor Richard Clarke chimed in, “which I find hard to believe.”
“That doesn’t excuse it,” Maher responded. “but sexual assault in high school from an anonymous source- I think it makes us look bad.”
“It’s not going to stop him,” Clarke insisted. “He’ll get in. It’s sad… We need all to pray for Ruth Bader Ginsburg.”