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President Trump Called Kavanaugh Ahead of Hearing, This Is What He Told Him


Our President is an amazing man!

So is Judge Kavanaugh.

Both stand strong and fearless in the face of certain danger.  Both stand true to their convictions.  Both know they have been falsely accused and they fight to keep their good name in the midst of perilous enemies circling around them!

So it is no surprise that the two men have a certain bond, a certain kinship.

President Trump reportedly called the judge before todays firey hearing and gave him some advice.

According to the DailyWire, here are the details of what he told him:

President Donald Trump has been unwavering in his support for his Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, even as numerous uncorroborated, refuted, and dubious sexual misconduct allegations have been made against the judge.

Before the judge was set to appear at the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, the president reportedly called Kavanaugh to offer some Trumpian advice: be aggressive.

"Trump and Vice President Mike Pence have both phoned Kavanaugh to voice their support for him ahead of the hearing," says a CNN report. "Trump had a message for Kavanaugh when they spoke, per someone familiar with the call: be aggressive and forceful in your denials. Don't be afraid to push back on these allegations, Trump said."

Mr. Kavanaugh's opening statement was indeed forceful and aggressive, calling his confirmation process a "national disgrace" and lamenting the Democrats' clear political hit job. The judge frequently became emotional defending himself against the allegations which have zero corroborating evidence and describing what this process has been like for him and his family.


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