Donald Trump Said If He Picked a Woman That She Could Have Sexual Assault Allegations Too
Type: SexismSep 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 suggested that if he replaced Kavanaugh with a woman, that she could have the same issues with allegations of sexual assault, pushing his argument that the Dems are blockading his pick for Supreme Court.
Quote | He suggested that a woman could have the same issues as Bret Kavanaugh.
"I could pick a woman and she could have charges made from many years ago also," Trump said at a news conference, defending his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh.