Trump Called Out Feinstein By Name and Just Put Her Entire Plot In Jeopardy


President Trump on Tuesday blasted Senator Dianne Feinstein for sitting on allegations against Brett Kavanaugh for weeks.

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President Trump said he wants “both sides” to be heard over the allegation but attacked Feinstein for withholding information during the private questioning and confirmation hearing of Kavanaugh. Feinstein had the allegations from Ford weeks before Kavanaugh’s public hearing.

“It is frankly a terrible thing that this information wasn’t given to us a long time ago,” Trump said of the allegations, “Months ago when they got it. They could’ve done that instead of waiting until everything was finished and then all of a sudden spring it.”

Trump continued, saying “That’s with the Democrats do. That’s what they do. It’s obstruction, resist, whatever you have to do.”

Trump then directly attacked Feinstein by name, saying she should have asked Kavanaugh about the allegation while he was in her office for a private meeting.

“That should’ve been done a long time ago and when Senator Feinstein had Judge Kavanaugh in her office for a long time, she never even mentioned this — and that was a long time ago,” Trump said, “never even mentioned it. So why would you not bring this up when he is sitting in her office for a pretty extended period of time?”

Trump called the process the Democrats have followed “unfortunate.”

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