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    Justin Duckham
    Justin Duckham is a Washington, D.C. based political reporter who has covered Congress, the Pentagon, the White House and presidential campaigns. Justin makes frequent appearances on FoxNews.com, where he has provided weekly media analysis for five years. In addition, he is heard on both local and nationally-syndicated radio programs. Previously, he was a music journalist, a topic in which he retains a keen interest. Mr. Duckham was a member UC Merced's founding class, where he studied history, philosophy and American studies.

    “I feel so badly for him that he’s going through this,” Trump said during a joint press conference with Polish president Andrzej Sebastian Duda. “This is not a man who deserves this.”

    “This is not really their thing,” Trump said during remarks in the Oval Office. “The Senators will do a good job.”

    Kavanaugh, who has vehemently denied the allegations, expressed willingness early Monday to appear before the Senate Judiciary Committee.

    "If it takes a little delay, it’ll take a little delay,” Trump told reporters from the White House Roosevelt Room. “It shouldn't certainly be very much.”

    “She should not be insulted, she should not be ignored,” Conway told reporters outside the West Wing.

    Trump received an emergency preparedness update Friday afternoon, according to the White House’s public schedule.

    Trump tweeted Thursday morning that 3,000 “did not die” in the two hurricanes that hit Puerto Rico last year, arguing that it included people who died for any reason in the following five months.

    “Not until the eve of his confirmation has Sen. Feinstein or anyone raised the specter of new ‘information’ about him," a White House spokesperson said.

    In a series of tweets, Trump claimed that the death toll was politically motivated.

    “I’m a big fan of Jamie Dimon,” Kudlow told reporters outside the West Wing. “I have no idea if he wants to run for president or not.”