"The second accuser doesn't even know, she thinks maybe it could have been him, maybe not - she admits she was drunk," the President told reporters.
"This is a person and this is a series of statements that is going to take one of the most talented intellects from a judicial standpoint in our country - keep him off the Supreme Court?" Mr. Trump asked.
Meanwhile on Capitol Hill, Republicans were making it clear that they intend to proceed Thursday with testimony from Kavanaugh and Dr. Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused the judge of sexual misconduct when they were teenagers in 1982 - and then move to force a vote on the Kavanaugh nomination by early next week.
The possible Senate time line would look like this:
Thursday - Senate Judiciary Committee hearing.
Friday - Vote on Kavanaugh in the Senate Judiciary Committee.
Saturday - The full Senate moves to start debate on the Kavanaugh nomination, and Republicans file a cloture motion to force an end to that debate.
Sunday - Debate continues.
Monday - If files on Saturday, a Senate vote on cloture can't be held until Monday. If that motion is approved, there would be a final 30 hours for debate left after the vote.
Tuesday - If everything goes according to plan, then Republicans could have a final vote on Judge Kavanaugh's nomination by next Tuesday - if they have a majority.
"I'm confident we're going to win," Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell told reporters.