President Trump is at the United Nations today in New York City. He gave a press conference and answered question after question.
One of the best questions was when reporter Jonathan Karl of ABC asked the President about the allegations against Kavanaugh. (VIDEO BELOW.)
President Trump answered the reporter and POTUS is definitely all about transparency.
The reporter asked President Trump, “there are now three women accusing Judge Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct. Are you saying that all three of those women are liars? Is there anything that can be said to cause you to withdraw?”
“I won’t get into that game,” President Trump said. Then continued, “I will only tell you this. This is one of the highest quality people that I have ever met. And everybody that knows him says the same thing.”
“These are all false – to me – these are FALSE ACCUSATIONS in certain cases. In certain cases, even the media agrees with that,” he said. Then he said from a non-politician perspective, “I can only say that what they have done to this man is incredible.”
President Trump explained that he will be selecting up to 145 more Judges in the near future, including Court of Appeal Judges. (VIDEO BELOW.)
The President asked the burning question every thinking American wants to know!
He asked, “Why did Senator Fienstein wait until the hearings are over?… why did they wait?”
President Trump explained that the “FBI did investigate…as you know, five or six other times.”
Then in no uncertain terms he said, “This is a big con job.” (VIDEO BELOW.)
Specifically, President Trump described what the Dems do behind closed doors. He said, “and I would love to be in the room with the Democrats! Close the door. You guys are all outside waiting,” he said as if the press corp could not hear them.
Then he said, “and Schumer and his buddies are all in there laughing [about] how they fooled you all. ‘Let’s just stop ’em.‘” Then POTUS said, “It’s all just “A BIG FAT CON.”
WATCH as President Trump spoke with complete transparency on the Kavanaugh nomination.
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