Published: Wed, September 26, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

Trump's Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh rejects 'false accusations'

Trump's Supreme Court nominee Kavanaugh rejects 'false accusations'

As a neighbor walked her dog.

According to a document Avenatti posted on Twitter, the woman alleges she witnessed Kavanaugh "consistently engage in excessive drinking and inappropriate contact of a sexual nature with women in the early 1980s". Absent additional evidence, many GOP minds are already made up in support of President Donald Trump's nominee - and the same can be said for the Democrats who oppose him for ideological reasons.

"I want a fair process where I can defend my integrity and I know I'm telling the truth". Trump has dismissed both accusations as a "Democratic con job".

The panel is scheduled to hold a hearing on Thursday on the accusations, ahead of a vote Friday on Kavanaugh's nomination. Ford claims Kavanaugh tried removing her clothes and covered her mouth to prevent screams after he pinned her on a bed during a high school party.

"Christine told me she ... had been thinking about an assault she experienced when she was much younger", Gildo-Mazzon's statement says, adding that she has a receipt from the meal. But from what I've seen and read of him, he looks just like the kind of privileged, over-entitled rich white kid who was quite capable as a teenager almost 40 years ago of sexually assaulting a girl while out of his mind on vodka, beer and God knows what else. Denying the allegations against him, he vowed that he won't be "pushed out" of the confirmation process.

'I look at the second accuser, the second accuser has nothing, ' Trump said. Patty Murry, a Democrat from Washington, said at a press conference. On Wednesday at the United Nations, he called Kavanaugh "an absolute gem".

Ford has said she remained silent about the alleged assault for years after it occurred.

"I did not have sexual intercourse or anything close to sexual intercourse in high school or for many years thereafter", Kavanaugh said. But at the time, Russell Ford's statement says, she provided no details.

James Roche, a Yale graduate who says he was Kavanaugh's roommate in 1983, issued a public statement saying he was "close friends" with Ramirez and "cannot imagine her making up" the story about Kavanaugh exposing himself. "She said she was able to escape before she was raped, but that the experience was very traumatic because she felt like she had no control and was physically dominated". It's the same as saying, 'I couldn't have robbed that bank, I'm a virgin.'" Meyers also suggested that "if you're trying to distance yourself from sexual assault, maybe Fox News isn't the place to hang out.

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Trump said he was "OK with that", but again defended Kavanaugh as a "gem" and said that Democrats are treating him unfairly.

Then Justice Anthony Kennedy announced he was retiring, opening up a second seat. "This rush to judgment betrays any pretense of listening respectfully & honestly to a credible, courageous sexual assault survivor". The two met at a Mountain View, California, restaurant, where Ford arrived "visibly upset".

"Many years after. I'll leave it at that", Kavanaugh said. "She said that she had been nearly raped by someone who was now a federal judge".

In April, a jury found Cosby guilty of three counts of aggravated indecent assault for drugging and sexually assaulting Andrea Constand, one of 60 women who have accused Cosby of sexual assaults dating back decades.

Judge, who wrote about their high school debauchery in a memoir, appears several times in Kavanaugh's calendar pages.

This is something I must say.

"I have no way of knowing", Feinstein told Fox News.

Ford's reply: "Brett Kavanaugh".

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