Kavanaugh Stops Himself From Crying In New Interview (VIDEO)

A snippet of Monday's night interview with Judge Kavanaugh was released showing the potential next Supreme Court Justice of the United States fighting off the tears.

He says the accusations against him are extremely hurtful to his feelings.

Trump's nominee chose to give a face to face interview with Fox News while sitting alongside his wife in advance of Thursday's scheduled hearings, where Kavanaugh will go under oath before the Senate Judiciary Committee again, and face one of his accusers directly.

The full interview doesn't break till night time, but this is what we have so far.

Kavanaugh and his wife were asked if the sexual allegations were enough for him to re-consider his bid for the confirmation, and this is what he had to say:

Kavanaugh spoke slowly and said he wasn't going to "let false accusations" drive him out of this process.

He then tucked his bottom lip over his top lip and mentioned the "women who knew me when I was 14 years old." You could see Kavanaugh trying to fight back the tears and the emotion.

The teaser footage from Fox didn't show Kavanaugh mention the accusations made against him from a woman he went to college at Yale with, or a third unannounced accuser yet, who is being represented by famed attorney Michael Avenatti.

Avenatti claims he has several witnesses standing by to tell their story and evidence in his possession that indicate Kavanaugh's past behavior was close to that of a sexual predator. He also responded to Kavanaugh's claims of innocence.

You can watch the full interview when it hits at 6 central.