Trump discusses accusations against Kavanaugh: 'These are all false to me'

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"Say, 'Thank you, Mr. Trump'".

Trump said during a news conference in NY that Canada has treated the U.S.

"[Democrats] are actually con artists, because they know how quality this man is and they've destroyed a man's reputation, and they want to destroy it even more", Trump told journalists in NY. "They're actually con artists, because they know how quality this man is. They go into a room and I guarantee you they life like hell". Ahead of the President's arrival in NY last weekend, aides hoped an intensive schedule might deter him from further inflaming the precarious confirmation proceedings back home, which most Republicans concurred was best played out without Trump's intervention. He'd get to the Times reporter afterward, Trump said, and he did.

The president stood by the nominee, claiming that the three women who have accused him of misconduct are "part of a con job" from the Democrats, calling one accusation "ridiculous" and describing the third as "another beauty".

Appearing to offer support for the deputy attorney general, Trump said Rosenstein told him that he did not discuss invoking the 25th Amendment a year ago while offering to wear a wire to gather evidence of the president's erratic behavior following the abrupt dismissal of FBI Director James Comey.

Judge Kavanaugh is set to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee Thursday regarding sexual misconduct allegations made by Christine Blasey Ford.

Asked what message he would send to young men ahead of that hearing, the president issued a warning to America's males.

"Women are so angry, and I frankly think that, I think they like what the Republicans are doing", he said.

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"I can't tell you whether or not they're liars until I hear them", Trump said.

Donald Trump capped off a rambling and combative press conference Wednesday with a swipe at Brett Kavanaugh's accusers.

Trump acknowledged: "This is a very big moment for our country" - but not because women feel empowered to speak out.

"I always like to finish with a good one", he said.

"After nine hours of testimony from both sides, I don't think anybody's mind changed", Wice said. I'm a very famous person, unfortunately. "It's happened to me many times".

"I never sexual assaulted anyone", he said. "The girls from the schools I went to and I were friends". "People want fame, they want money, whatever". Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi - who seemed to be stifling a yawn as he sat nearby - was seen casting a sidelong glance at Trump and shrugging his shoulders. They refused to even write about it. "When you are guilty until proven innocent, it's just not supposed to be that way".

Trump's commentary on the victims of sexual assault were clearly backed the accused, but he briefly appeared to empathize with women who haven't spoken out or filed complaints against assailants. Kavanaugh has also denied all the allegations against him.

Trump scheduled the meeting with Rosenstein to discuss his professional fate - and perhaps the future of the investigation into Russia's election interference in 2016. But Trump signaled that he was inclined to keep Rosenstein on board and may even delay that planned meeting. He also claimed his administration had accomplished more in the less than two years he's held office than any other administration at the same point.