WATCH: Donald Trump bizarrely drags the Japanese Prime Minister into Brett Kavanaugh’s gang rape scandal
President Donald Trump at speaking at the United Nations, screengrab.

Speaking at the United Nations, President Donald Trump bizarrely dragged Japanese Prime Minister Shinzō Abe into the scandal over allegations that Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh committed gang rape.


"I think people are wise to it, it's a con game," Trump claimed. "He's a high quality person."

"They're bringing people out of woods, they can do that to anybody," Trump continued.

"They can do it to anybody, other than perhaps Prime Minister Abe, because he's so pure," Trump claimed, while gesturing to his counterpart.

"Hopefully, over the next couple of day, it will be settled up and solved and we'll have a Supreme Court Justice who will go down as one of our greatest ever," Trump continued. "Hopefully he'll be there for a long time. He's a young man, he'll be there for a long time."

"Do you think all three women are lying?" a reporter asked.

"What's your next question?" Trump replied, refusing to answer.

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