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Trump defends Brett Kavanaugh next sexual misconduct allegations resurface

President Donald Trump jumped into the defense of Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh Sunday following allegations of sexual misconduct who had threatened to torpedo his nomination to the seat resurfaced.

“He’s an innocent man that has been treated HORRIBLY,” Trump said on Twitter, speaking to the accusations as”lies” The president accused critics of trying to influence Kavanaugh’s remarks and suggested Kavanaugh”start suing people for accountable, or the Justice Department must return to his rescue.” (Trump seemingly intended”libel,” and afterward re-issued the conversation with the right spelling of this word.)

He had been sworn in last October following a verification process which focused on the allegations — and the protests, controversy and higher drama of this Senate hearing which followed.

Trump seemed to be responding to that an opinion-section post written by two New York Times colleagues, printed late Saturday, whose publication on the Kavanaugh nomination is going to be printed this week. From the publication, which was outlined in Saturday’s post, the authors wrote they had discovered new corroboration for accusations that Kavanaugh subjected himself into Deborah Ramirez, a classmate at Yale.

Citing two officers, the colleagues said that a former Yale classmate advised senators along with the FBI about another incident of alleged sexual misconduct.

NBC News hasn’t confirmed that the reporting published Sunday.

Kavanaugh has strongly denied the allegation from Ramirez in addition to accusations by Christine Blasey Ford he sexually attacked her if both were at high school.

“Throughout his Senate testimony, Mr. Kavanaugh reported that if the episode Ms. Ramirez explained had happened, it might have been the conversation of campus’,” the reporters wrote at the New York Times article. “Our coverage indicates that it had been.”


Kavanaugh advised the Senate Judiciary Committee under oath the very first time he learned of Ramirez’s allegation was at a Sept. 23 article in The New Yorker.

But based on text messages acquired annually by NBC News, in the days leading up to Ramirez’s people allegation Kavanaugh and his group were conveying behind the scenes together with buddies to refute the claim.

The FBI started an enlarged background investigation to Kavanaugh after pressure from Democrats in Congress originally postponed his confirmation procedure.

However, heaps of individuals with possible information to the allegations against him weren’t contacted, based on numerous sources that have friends of the nominee and his accusers.

“On behalf of the state, I wish to apologize to Brett and the total Kavanaugh loved ones for the horrible pain and suffering you’ve been forced to survive,” he explained at the moment.

However, the resurfacing of the allegations directed a few on interpersonal media to call for renewed scrutiny contrary to the judge, apparently drawing Trump’s ire.