'This woman had no clue': Donald Trump mocks Brett Kavanaugh accusers

Imitating her, he said: "But I had one beer - that's the only thing I remember". "I had one beer", Trump said as he began mocking Dr. Ford's gaps in memory to the rally audience.

"'How did you get home?' I don't remember".

"I don't remember", he said in his Ford voice. Trump said to the Southaven, Miss., crowd. "'I don't know, I don't know, I don't know, I don't know'". "What neighborhood was it in?" 'Where's the house?' I don't know. 'I don't know.' Upstairs, downstairs?

"Right now I would say, my sons", he said.

President Donald Trump received some serious backlash on Twitter after he called out Dr. Christine Blasey Ford for not remembering many details about her alleged sexual assault by Brett Kavanaugh. Kavanaugh vehemently denies the accusation.

"I'll tell you this, the people that have complained to me about it the most about what's happening are women".

"That's why I am supporting Josh Hawley and calling on Senator McCaskill to remove my name and quote from her ad".

After her testimony, even Trump himself called her "very credible", and even few Republicans questioned that she truly was a victim of sexual assault, even while they expressed doubts about the identity of her attack.

He also said that through the process, he's heard from many women who've shared stories with him that they said they may never have shared if not for the current climate. He concluded by lamenting that Kavanaugh's life was "shattered". You can do anything. Grab them by the p****.

Trump and White House press secretary Sarah Sanders have dismissed Woodward's book as a work of fiction.

Trump, while making his case that Kavanaugh deserves a spot on the Supreme Court, told the rally crowd in MS, "I don't even know him". They launched into occasional chants of "We want Chris". But now, you're guilty until proven innocent.

"Think of your son, think of your husband", he said. "Think of your husband", Trump told the rally, noting he has had "many false allegations" against him.

During the 2016 campaign, at least 15 women accused Trump of misbehavior ranging from sexual harassment and sexual assault to lewd behavior around women. "What do I do, Mom?"

Asked by Yahoo News on Tuesday whether he had a message for young women, Trump responded, "Women are doing great".

Asked about allegations of sexual assault in the 1980s levelled against his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, Mr Trump said it was troubling that people were found "automatically guilty" and had to prove their innocence.

United States media meanwhile reported that the Federal Bureau of Investigation had begun their interview of Mark Judge, Kavanaugh's former best friend and a key figure in the misconduct allegations leveled by Christine Blasey Ford.

  • Rogelio Becker