Brett Kavanaugh

Kavanaugh: “This is a completely false allegation.”

In statement released by the White House early Monday, Supreme Court Justice Nominee Brett Kavanaugh unequivocally denies an accusation of sexual misconduct dating back 35 years ago. The statement follows calls made by Democrats for Thursday’s Judicially committee vote for the nominee to be delayed.

65 women defend Kavanaugh after sexual misconduct allegations

Dozens of women come out in support of Brett Kavanaugh after a Democrat senator tries to stir accusations of misconduct from more than three decades ago. Dianne Feinstein said Friday, she received a letter back in July, from a woman claiming to be a victim of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh back in high school. The Supreme Court nominee sounded off, saying he “categorically and unequivocally” denies the allegation.

WATCH: This Week in Washington

The political summer ends Labor Day and President Trump has his hands full as the House returns from their August recess. The Senate confirmation hearings for Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh begin Tuesday and the fight for control of Congress goes into its final swing. One America’s Neil W. McCabe has more from the White House.