This could happen to you.
His opening statement suggested the inquiry into Christine Blasey Ford's sexual assault allegation was motivated by Democratic bitterness over the 2016 election and his role in the investigation of former USA president Bill Clinton.
The fight over Kavanaugh's nomination to a lifetime job on the top United States court comes against the backdrop of the #MeToo movement fighting sexual harassment and assault that has toppled a succession of powerful men. "They seemed to be having a very good time".
Mr Trump said it was a "scary time for young men" who could become the subject of false allegations. "You could be somebody that was flawless your entire life and somebody could accuse you of something".
Mr Trump also pretended to be a son asking his mother how to respond to an accusation.
And while Trump has called Christine Blasey Ford, who testified to Congress that Kavanaugh sexually assaulted her while they were in high school, "credible" and "compelling", he has continued to support Kavanaugh's confirmation and emphatically defend his character.
Graham, who serves on the Senate Judiciary Committee, has been a fierce defender of Kavanaugh despite allegations that Kavanaugh engaged in sexual misconduct while he was drunk in high school and college.
Kavanaugh's testimony last week was "very powerful, very heart felt and a very hard thing to do", Hawley said, later adding that "This is a man who has been falsely accused..."
Trump's comments on Tuesday were just the latest instance of the President expressing concern about the public outcry resulting from the allegations against Kavanaugh and the impact on other men.
"Donnelly's decision to oppose President Trump's highly qualified nominee is a grave mistake, but proves he is more concerned with standing with his liberal Democrat leaders than standing for Hoosiers".
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In his warning, Trump echoed some of his allies. Kavanaugh has denied all the allegations against him. Or young men. Or middle-aged men. I don't remember. How'd you get there? "I don't know, I don't know, I don't know", President Trump said, imitating Blasey Ford's testimony to the cheers of the crowd at the rally.
A vote to confirm Mr Kavanaugh has been delayed as the FBI investigates the claims, which he denies.
The FBI will pass its findings to the White House, which will give them to the Senate.
"I mean, right now, I'd say my sons", Trump Jr. said in the interview.
He called Democrats who are against Kavanaugh "evil people" who want to "destroy people". "And this is the way that can do that", Zelizer said. But Mitchell points out that Ford claims to remember other random details about the alleged incident with certainty: "She does, however, remember small, distinct details from the party unrelated to the assault".
Republicans argue the Kavanaugh debate will drive enthusiasm among men and women. Some Republicans fear that pushing ahead with confirmation could alienate women voters, while Democrats seek to capitalize. "So it's a very tough thing".
"We are finally rebuilding our country, and we are doing it with American aluminum, American steel and with our great electrical contractors", he said.
Indeed, the Republican National Committee (RNC) said it has seen a surge in donations over the last week, with Sunday marking the committee's largest online fundraising day ever, according to an RNC official.
Judge's interview started but "has not been completed", his attorney said in a statement quoted by Fox News.
But Democratic strategist Jim Manley questioned the strategy. Feinstein's delay in coming forward with the accusation at the beginning of the confirmation process; adding "We're going to do a wholesale, full scale investigation of what I think was a despicable process to deter it from happening again". "They have gone loco", he told supporters.