At a swearing-in ceremony at the White House, Mr Trump said he was beginning the judicial swearing-in ceremony differently this time, by apologising to Justice Kavanaugh and his family over the way he had been treated.
Mr Kavanaugh was voted into the Supreme Court on Saturday. Congressional leaders are betting that they can channel the anger unleashed by this process, particularly among women outraged by President Trump's mockery of the testimony of the female academic who accused Mr Kavanaugh of sexual misconduct, into support in next month's mid-term elections, enabling the party to regain control of both the Senate and the House of Representatives.
The ceremony is scheduled to begin at 7 p.m.in the White House's East Room. "A brilliant jurist, a man that did nothing wrong, a man that was caught up in a hoax that was set up by the Democrats using the Democrats' lawyers, and now they want to impeach him".
Trump continued: "And with that I must state that you, sir, under historic scrutiny, were proven innocent".
"It was all made up", Trump said.
Addressing the convention of International Association of Chiefs of Police in Orlando Monday afternoon, Trump again painted Kavanaugh as a victim.
After an extra Federal Bureau of Investigation probe - which media reports say was drastically curtailed by the White House - also found nothing new, Mr Kavanaugh was finally voted into the coveted post.
He has denied the claims made by several women.
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At a press conference after Rosmah's arrest, Kumaraendran said presently, he was not aware how many charges his client will face. She reportedly arrived at the MACC headquarters at 10.40am this morning, and this marks her third (and possibly final) visit.
He called the Mr Kavanaugh row "a disgraceful situation brought about by people who are evil", and said that the result was "very exciting".
Ultimately, every Democrat voted against Kavanaugh except for Sen.
Kavanaugh was sworn in Saturday evening in a private ceremony as protesters chanted outside the court building. Yet Kavanaugh is joining under a cloud.
Media captionTrump: "The main base of the Democrats have shifted so far left we'll end up being Venezuela".
Since justices serve lifetime appointments, the political consequences are likely to last long beyond Trump's administration.
"I think that's premature", Senator Chris Coons, a member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, said on NBC's Meet the Press.
President Trump referenced the sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh by issuing an apology to him at the top of his remarks and blaming a campaign of "lies".
Two years ago, McConnell blocked a vote on Garland, citing what he said was a tradition of not filling vacancies in a presidential election year.