Kellyanne Questions Kavanaugh’s ‘So-Called Accuser’: Feels Like ‘Vast Left Wing Conspiracy’

Kellyanne Conway appeared on CBS News Monday and called into question the new allegations against Brett Kavanaugh, who was accused by a second woman of sexual misconduct in a report Sunday night.

Deborah Ramirez, 53, spoke out to the New Yorker‘s Jane Mayer and Ronan Farrow with new claims that Kavanaugh, at a dorm party at Yale University in the 1980s, exposed himself and thrust his penis in her face.

Conway dismissed Ramirez as a “so-called accuser” in her interview on CBS This Morning.

“Indeed, this is starting to feel like a vast left wing conspiracy,” Conway added.

Later on in the interview, Conway was asked if Ramirez “made this up,” and the White House aide pointed out the “gaps in her knowledge.”

“There’s a great deal of suspicion,” Conway added, arguing the New Yorker report has less “evidence” than other stories by Ronan Farrow.

CBS News’s John Dickerson also grilled Conway about President Donald Trump‘s tweet asking why Christine Blasey Ford didn’t report her assault when it allegedly happened 36 years ago.

Watch above, via CBS News.

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