'I saved his life, where would he be without me?' - Trump slams US Supreme court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh for not supporting his electoral lawsuits

'I saved his life, where would he be without me?' - Trump slams US Supreme court Justice, Brett Kavanaugh for not supporting his electoral lawsuits



Former US President, Donald Trump has revealed he is “very disappointed” in votes from Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh against his lawsuit questioning the legality of Joe Biden's 2020 electoral victory over him.



Trump nominated Kavanaugh to the Supreme court bench in July 2018. Kavanaugh’s Supreme Court confirmation process was embroiled in scandal and controversy, after a number of women accused him of sexual assault.


Trump, however, stood by Kavanaugh throughout his hearings. Trump also nominated Neil Gorsuch and Amy Coney Barrett to the bench during his time in office but says he feels betrayed they didn't stand by his electoral fraud lawsuit and overturn Biden's victory.






Speaking to Michael Wolff for the book “Landslide: The Final Days of the Trump Presidency,” which is set to be released on July 27, Trump said;


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