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03 October 2018, 09:35 | Darnell Patrick
"You know for ten years, I don't know him, I never met him, but I've been hearing, 'There's this guy named Brett Kavanaugh, who is like a flawless person destined for the Supreme Court", President Trump said before launching into a full-throated dismissal of the decades-old sexual misconduct allegations recently brought forth against Kavanaugh.
In a tweet after the rally, Michael Bromwich, an attorney for Ford, called Trump's remarks "a vicious, vile and soulless attack" on his client.
He reiterated his earlier claims Tuesday that nowadays you are "guilty until proven innocent", and stepped up his line of argument that men are under attack in America, without mentioning survivors of sexual assault. "He is a profile in cowardice". Kavanaugh has denied the incident. 'I don't remember.' How did you get there? Trump said, apparently re-enacting Blasey Ford's questioning by a Senate panel as he addressed a campaign rally in Southaven, Mississippi. Trump noted that she did not remember during her testimony how she got home following what she described as a sexual assault by Kavanaugh. "'I don't remember, '" he continued. I don't remember. How many years ago? I don't know. Where's the house?
Some Republicans and White House allies have suggested the allegations against Kavanaugh can be potent political fodder in the run-up to November 6, animating GOP voters who have so far lacked the same motivation to head to the polls as their Democratic counterparts. Of Democrats, he added, "These are really evil people".
Officials said Mr. Trump is seeking to boost Hyde-Smith as close as possible to the 50 percent threshold and lend momentum for a possible runoff. "They can say anything they want but we can't sue them, because if you're famous you can't sue, figure that out".
President Trump, as well as his family, have raised fears about the possibility of politically motivated false accusations.
Speaking for more than an hour, Trump touched on several of his favorite topics, including his new trade deal with Canada and Mexico, the crowd size at his events and the state of the economy. "And we better start as a country getting smart and getting tough". "Many decades ago the IRS reviewed and signed off on these transactions", Sanders said in the statement, which did not cite any specifics of the report.
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For his part, speaking to the officers, Kavanaugh did not want "to say if he threw the ice or not", the police report said. Ludington said the aggressive act by Kavanaugh touched off a brief melee. "Turns out it wasn't him", Ludington said.
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