Trump Jr. to Feinstein: 'You understand Friday is after Thursday right?'

Donald Trump Jr.Don John TrumpTwitter limits Donald Trump Jr.'s account after sharing coronavirus disinformation South Dakota governor flew with Trump on Air Force One after being exposed to coronavirus: report Gianforte halts in-person campaigning after wife, running mate attend event with Guilfoyle MORE went after Sen. Dianne FeinsteinDianne Emiel FeinsteinDemocrats want Biden to debate Trump despite risks Mini-exodus of Trump officials from Commerce to lobby on semiconductors Doug Collins questions Loeffler's trustworthiness in first TV ad MORE (D-Calif.) on Wednesday on Twitter over her tweet decrying Friday's confirmation vote on Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

Feinstein attacked Senate Judiciary Committee Republicans on Tuesday for announcing Kavanaugh's confirmation vote before they heard from Christine Blasey Ford, who has accused him of sexual assault.

But Trump Jr. appeared to take exception to the idea that scheduling a vote precluded Ford's opportunity to testify.

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"Senator, is the Chinese spy you employed for 20 years writing these tweets for you? They don’t make sense," Trump Jr. tweeted, writing that Kavanaugh's accuser "testifies Thursday and the Vote is Friday. You understand Friday is after Thursday right?"

"First Republicans demanded Dr. Blasey Ford testify immediately," Feinstein wrote. "Now they don't even need to hear her before they move ahead with a vote."

The committee is set to hear from Ford and Kavanaugh at a hearing Thursday.

Ford has said Kavanaugh pinned her to a bed and attempted to remove her clothes at a party in the summer of 1982.

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Kavanaugh has unequivocally denied the allegation, but two other claims have emerged against him in the past four days.

Deborah Ramirez accused him of exposing himself to her at a college party in a report Sunday from The New Yorker.

And on Wednesday, Michael Avenatti, the attorney representing adult-film actress Stormy Daniels, revealed allegations from Julie Swetnick, who says she knew Kavanaugh in the early 1980s and accused him of helping instigate a "gang rape."

"I became the victim of one of these 'gang' or 'train' rapes where Mark Judge and Brett Kavanaugh were present," Swetnick said.

The Judiciary Committee is reviewing Swetnick's allegations.