Published: Fri, September 28, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

'Big Fat Con Job': Trump Swats Away New Allegations Against Kavanaugh

'Big Fat Con Job': Trump Swats Away New Allegations Against Kavanaugh

Trump's skepticism was only bolstered by a piece published in The New Yorker on Sunday recounting a second allegation against Kavanaugh, this time about college-era sexual misconduct.

Asked by host George Stephanopolous why not let the Federal Bureau of Investigation get involved interviewing witnesses to the alleged crimes, Sanders said: 'Because we have a process in place.

"I'm going to see what happens tomorrow". And it reveals a Republican Party - and a president - struggling with issues of gender equity and sexual consent just weeks before midterm elections in which women already were leaning toward Democrats by lopsided margins. Other women, most notably porn star Stormy Daniels, have alleged they were paid "hush money" to keep quiet about Trump's affairs with them.

"They laugh like hell at what they pulled off on you and the public". "He developed a standard for judging this that everyone would want applied to them", Shah said. He added: 'I like 'em a lot'.

Donald Trump, 72, has been president for over 20 months, but in all of that time he's only given four press conferences. "And you understand that very well, John. I'm going to be watching", he said during a rare solo news conference.

"In honor of you", he told the reporter, he'd be making the call.

Thursday was already shaping up to be a split-screen day in addition to Kavanaugh's testimony, with the president also set to meet with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and the possibility that Trump might fire the man who oversees the special counsel's Russian Federation investigation. And everybody that knows him says the same thing.

Saying Ramirez was "totally inebriated and all messed up", the president added both accusations against his Supreme Court pick were nothing but a "con game being played by Democrats".

By the end of the press conference, though, Trump had returned to a defense of Kavanaugh and didn't respond to a question about what kind of signal he was sending to young men by possibly dismissing Kavanaugh's behavior.

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"If I thought he was guilty of something like this, sure", he said.

"They're obstructionists. They're actually con artists", Trump said.

The president went on to say, "And they want to destroy it even more".

"They have exploited these individuals and their families for their own political purposes", she said. "And what they have done to his wife".

Ford is set to testify publicly at a hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee on Thursday about the allegations and Kavanaugh is expected to testify afterward in response to the same panel.

"I am a very famous person and I have had a lot of false charges made against me", Trump said.

Trump claimed that President Barack Obama was ready to go to war with North Korea and that millions of people would be dead if he hadn't been elected. "It's possible they will be convincing".

Trump said "I would certainly prefer" not to fire Rosenstein, but he did not make a commitment one way or another before meeting with him face-to-face.

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