Donald Trump Knocked the Validity of Allegations Because He'd Been Famous For a Long Time
Type: Arrogant\Conceited\VainSep 26 2018 Severity:
After President Trump met with the United Nations for three days in New York City, he held a news conference to address just days before his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, faced a hearing about an allegation of sexual assault. During the conference, Trump defended Kavanaugh by saying that being famous for so long, had influenced his opinion about the validity of the allegations against Kavanaugh. He said that since he himself had many "false" allegations made against him, he was able to question the validity of the allegations because "people(the accusers) want fame, they want money and want whatever."
Quote | He questioned the validity of allegations made against his Supreme Court Nominee.
"I’ve been a famous person for a long time. But I’ve had a lot of false charges made against me, really false charges. I know friends that have had false charges. People want fame, they want money, they want whatever," Trump said at a News conference, defending his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.