Speaking on Tuesday night at a rally in Southaven, Mississippi, Trump attacked the credibility of Christine Blasey Ford, who last week testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee that Kavanaugh drunkenly assaulted her during a high school party more than 30 years ago.
Trump emphasized the details Ford said she could not recall, casting aspersions over her account of surviving an alleged assault. "When the other sides weaponizes against men 40 years later we can bring it up and you did something in high school that no one remembers, and it should disqualify you from ever doing anything ever again, it diminishes the real claims". "'I don't remember, '" Trump said, mocking Ford's voice.
"Somebody could come and say 30 years ago, 25 years ago, 10 years ago, five years ago, he did a frightful thing to me. 'I don't know, I don't know, I don't know, I don't know'". "I don't drink", Trump told reporters jokingly, resulting in a burst of laughter from some reporters at a White House news conference.
John Clune said Ms Ramirez was interviewed by the Federal Bureau of Investigation on Sunday and provided agents with the witnesses' contact numbers.
Then in mid-September, weeks after learning about Ford's accusation and after Kavanaugh had already been through confirmation hearings, Sen.
But he again signaled a desire to let the Federal Bureau of Investigation conclude a quick probe into the list of sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh. That's a very, very hard standard.
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In a White House press conference, the United States president sought to excuse excessive drinking by teenagers, while going beyond Kavanaugh's own testimony on his past use of alcohol to the Senate Judiciary Committee last week. "They seemed to be having a very good time". The next day, the committee voted yes on the nomination along party lines under a "gentlemen's and -women's agreement" that the FBI would investigate.
The audience laughed as Trump ran through a list of what he described as holes in Christine Blasey Ford's testimony before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
"I don't think the point of this investigation was to gather facts", he said Monday.
The fight over Kavanaugh's nomination has been unusually emotional and has unfolded just weeks ahead of November 6 elections in which Democrats are trying to seize control of Congress from Republicans.
"It is a very scary time for young men in America, where you can be guilty of something you may not be guilty of", Trump said.
"It's a damn sad situation", Trump said. Many Republican senators have said they view the accusations and subsequent questions as desperate delay tactics on the part of Democrats.
It marked the sharpest criticism by Mr Trump of Ms Ford since she came forward publicly with the allegation last month.