Published: Wed, October 03, 2018
Global News | By Blake Casey

‘Very scary time’ for young American men, says Trump

‘Very scary time’ for young American men, says Trump

"I think it's very unfair to bring up things like this", Trump said. Trump said, apparently re-enacting Blasey Ford's questioning by a Senate panel as he addressed a campaign rally in Southaven, Mississippi. "This is not a man that said. he was flawless with respect to alcohol".

Trump's comments on Tuesday were just the latest instance of the President expressing concern about the public outcry resulting from the allegations against Kavanaugh and the impact on other men. "My whole life, my whole life, I've heard you're innocent until proven guilty", the president told reporters before boarding Marine One for a trip to Philadelphia to speak to the National Electrical Contractors Convention.

Trump meanwhile said the White House would not restrict the new Federal Bureau of Investigation probe, requested by senators before they take a final vote on Kavanaugh.

As you probably know, Kavanaugh is now accused by three women of sexual misconduct!

The president again expressed hopes for a "positive" vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh by the end of the week, in line with Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell's publicly stated desire, but the president added Kavanaugh's fate is "dependent on what comes back from the Federal Bureau of Investigation". "We're going to have to see what the Federal Bureau of Investigation says", said Trump.

"This is the one that bothers me the most".

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Trump was more prudent, however, when asked about the outcome of the upcoming Senate vote on whether to approve Kavanaugh for the highest U.S. court.

"I tell myself, 'You give a little leeway because of what he's been through.' But on the other hand, we can't have this on the court".

The probe came after Kavanaugh faced a heavily-scrutinized set of hearings before the Senate Judiciary Committee ahead of a possible confirmation in the Senate. "The Senate will vote on Judge Kavanaugh here, on this floor, this week", McConnell told the chamber.

The senator said Democrats simply need to show the American people their reasons for opposing the nominee. ABC News reported that the agency finished its interview with Kavanaugh's friend, Mark Judge, who Ford identified as a witness to the assault.

Mr Flake, who is retiring as a senator in January, is seen as a potentially key figure in any vote in the full Senate on whether to confirm Mr Kavanaugh. Judge has previously denied any memory of such an incident. A third woman who has accused the judge of sexual misconduct in the 1980s, Julie Swetnick, was not on the initial list of witnesses to be interviewed. "He apologized to Amy Klobuchar for snapping at her", Graham said.

In a separate statement on Twitter, John Clune, who represents another accuser, Deborah Ramirez, said Federal Bureau of Investigation agents interviewed her on Sunday and accepted a list of more than 20 witnesses who can support her allegations. A second woman, Deborah Ramirez, said that as a college student he exposed himself to her during a party.

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