Melania Trump was just asked if she believed Dr. Ford’s accusations against Kavanaugh. Her response is telling

Melania Trump’s trip around the African continent continued today with a visit to the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, where she once again raised eyebrows around the world for her curious choice of garment and its obvious resemblance to the infamous garb worn by Nazi archeologist Rene Belloq in the film Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark. 

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She held a brief interview with the press in which she responded to yesterday’s inevitable and highly controversial decision by Senator Susan Collins (R-ME) to advance Brett Kavanaugh to a confirmation vote despite the wide public outcry, the unresolved accusations of sexual assault made against him, and the mountain of evidence that indicates he perjured himself during his sworn testimony.

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In her usual fashion, Melania refused to say anything substantial and instead equivocated, saying that she was “very glad” that Kavanaugh was going to be confirmed but also “very glad” that accuser Christine Blasey Ford had gotten a chance to tell her story and “very glad” an FBI investigation had taken place, not mentioning that the investigation was an absolute farce that was never intended to accomplish anything in the first place.

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But the real kicker was when she was asked if she believed the accusations of attempted rape against Brett Kavanaugh, which she refused to address — “let’s move on from that” — and instead weakly offered that “We need to help all the victims, no matter what kind of abuse they had. I’m against any kind of abuse.”

It’s unsurprising to hear her position herself on the fence so firmly, given her previous uninterest in getting involved in politics any way whatsoever, but it’s a wasted opportunity for her to take a stand for sexual assault victims, especially while visiting a country where United States-backed dictators’ security forces have used mass sexual assault as a weapon against female protestors and dissidents.

Watch her remarks here:

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Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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