Trump wonders why Kavanaugh accuser didn’t ‘call the FBI 36 years ago’

In an interview before a Las Vegas rally Thursday night, President Trump wondered why Brett Kavanaugh’s accuser Christine Blasey Ford didn’t “call the FBI 36 years ago” to report his sexual misdeed.

“To take a man like this and besmirch,” Trump said to Fox News personality Sean Hannity of the allegations that have rocked his second Supreme Court pick. “That being said, let her have her say, and let’s see how it all works out.”

Trump spoke to Hannity directly before the Nevada campaign rally, where he continued to hold his tongue when speaking about Ford – who accused Kavanaugh of a high school-era sexual assault – while still firmly taking the judge’s side.

To Hannity, Trump called it a “very sad situation,” characterizing Kavanaugh as an “outstanding person.” He also said Senate Democrats shouldn’t delay the vote on Kavanaugh, which was supposed to go through the Senate Judiciary Committee this week, much longer.

“They’ve delayed it a week already, they have to get on with it.”

At the rally, Trump cheered on his SCOTUS pick, after a “KAVANAUGH!” chant broke out.

Trump said the judge had “tremendous support,” much like his first Supreme Court pick, Justice Neil Gorsuch.

“So we’ll let it play out,” the president said again.

“And I think everything’s going to be just fine,” he added.

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