Speaking to reporters after the committee adjourned, President Trump called Ford "a very fine woman."
"I thought her testimony was very compelling and she looks like a very fine woman to me, very fine woman," Trump said.
"And I thought that Brett's testimony likewise was really something that I hadn't seen before. It was an incredible moment I think in the history of our country. But certainly she was a very credible witness."
Trump, who met with the Chilean president on Friday, noted that he couldn't attend the hearings, but that "I think it will work out very well for the country. I just want it to work out well for the country. If it happens, I'm happy."
He also deferred to the Senate on the question of reopening an investigation.
"I'm going to let the Senate handle that. They will make their decisions,” Trump said. “They'll do a good job. I'm just hearing a little bit about it... Whatever they think is necessary they will do.”
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