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Trump skeptical of Feinstein’s denial on the leak of Ford’s letter, quoted in ‘the worst body language I’ve ever seen’

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President Trump singled out short U.S. sen Dianne Feinstein during his West Virginia rally Saturday evening, that the top Democrats in the Senate justice Committee, a letter from a woman accused the Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh of sexually assaulting her decades earlier.

“When you consider, publications, and leaks, and you say, ‘no, I didn’t do it.’ Dianne Feinstein, you have a leak?,” Trump said to a chorus of Boos from the audience. “Remember, your answer? Uh, uh, uh, what? No, no, I do not leak. Maybe not yet, but that was the worst body language I’ve ever seen.”

“Remember, your answer? ‘Uh, uh, uh, what? No, no, I don’t leak.’ Maybe not yet, but that was the worst body language I’ve ever seen.”

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Trump, who was in the state stumping for GOP candidates prior to the elections, referred to the letter, the Feinstein, of California, received from Kavanaugh Prosecutor Christine Blasey Ford in July. Feinstein holds you never came forward with Ford ‘ s claim, because Ford had asked for confidentiality.

“I don’t think my staff would leak it,” Feinstein said in response to a question on Thursday from Senate majority whip John Cornyn, R-Texas. “I have not asked the question directly.”

Feinstein published to deny a Twitter message on Saturday evening, that her office leaked the letter.

From the moment I received from Dr. Ford-the letter from my actions in line with your wishes. We have kept your letter as confidential and will not leak contents or its existence to anyone. The survivors have a right to decide how their stories be made public. pic.twitter.com/mETU5B3RE2

— Sen Dianne Feinstein (@Mustard Einstein) September 29, 2018

“From the moment I received from Dr. Ford-the letter from my actions in accordance with their wishes,” feinstein wrote. “We have kept your letter as confidential and will not leak contents or its existence to anyone. The survivors have a right to decide how their stories be made public.”

But one way or another, the message of the letter was eventually leaked, what is an obstacle in the way of country-wide debate over Kavanaugh calling for his nomination for the Supreme court and the Democrats an FBI investigation of the allegations.

Ford’s letter was claimed Kavanaugh, the sexual abuse was, for the first time Sept reported. 12 of the site the Intercept.

The Intercept reporter who broke the story, tweeted: “Feinstein’s staff not to leak the letter to the Intercept.”

Feinstein staff not to leak the letter to The Interception

— Ryan Grim (@ryangrim) September 27, 2018

Ford claims Kavanaugh sexually you molested during a party in 1982, when they were high school students.

More women have since come forward to accuse Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct.

On Thursday, Ford and Kavanaugh judiciary Committee testified before the Senate about the allegations.

“Board the attack on me drastically changed my life,” Ford said before the Committee.

At the hearing, Kavanaugh maintained his innocence and sparred with Democratic senators.

“This confirmation process is a national disgrace,” Kavanaugh became the Committee said.

Trump on Friday, the FBI ordered the implementation of a limited “additional-background” investigation in the matter.

Maryland lawmakers also called for to examine the authorities to Ford’s claims and the authorities said they would do so, provided that a Prosecutor files a formal complaint.

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