US President Donald Trump’s chosen one for the Supreme Court has said he is “not going to give unfounded complaints” a chance to drive him out of the designation procedure.
Addressing Fox News on Monday, Brett Kavanaugh said he is “not going anyplace” regardless of the sexual offense affirmations demanded against him.
He stood up multi day after a previous Yale University colleague said he once presented himself to her at a gathering.
The judge has just denied attempting to assault a young lady at a 1980s gathering.
“I’m not going to give fraudulent incriminations a chance to drive us out of this procedure,” Judge Kavanaugh said in a meeting with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum.
“We’re searching for a reasonable procedure where I can be heard guarding my uprightness, my deep rooted record of advancing poise and balance for ladies – beginning with the ladies who knew me when I was 14-years of age.”
His first informer, Christine Blasey Ford, will offer proof to the board of trustees on Thursday, trailed by rejoinder declaration from Judge Kavanaugh.