With Two Powerful Words for Kavanaugh, Trump Has Libs MELTING DOWN (Watch)

During a swearing-in ceremony at the White House on Monday night, President Trump apologized to Justice Brett Kavanaugh and his family for the hardship they were forced to endure over the past month.

He also dropped two words that are sure to drive more than a few liberals wild.

What were they?

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Look:

“Proven innocent.”

From Daily Wire:

“Those who step forward to serve our country deserve a fair and dignified evaluation, not a campaign of political and personal destruction based on lies and deception,” Trump continued.

“What happened to the Kavanaugh family violates every notion of fairness, decency, and due process,” Trump said. “[In] our country, a man or a woman, must always be presumed innocent unless and until proven guilty.”

Liberals are losing it:

More from Fox News:

At the conclusion of Trump’s remarks, Kennedy administered the oath to Kavanaugh as his family looked on, and the room again broke out into sustained applause. As Trump noted, it was the first time a Supreme Court justice has ever sworn in his former clerk to take his seat.

Taking the podium as the Supreme Court’s newest justice, Kavanaugh acknowledged the partisan rancor that surrounded his confirmation and gripped the nation over the past two months. “I take this office with gratitude and no bitterness,” he said.

“All nine of us revere the Constitution,” Kavanaugh continued, referring to his new colleagues. “The Supreme Court is an institution of law. It is not a partisan or political institution. The justices do not sit on opposite sides of the aisle. … The Supreme Court is a team of nine, and I will always be a team player on a team of nine.”

H/T: Twitchy, Right Scoop

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