President Trump on Tuesday, Sept. 17, blasted the New York Times again when its reporters blamed the editors for removing the key information from the article against Justice Brett Kavanaugh.

The president said in a tweet that it was not the editors but the Times itself that made the mistake. 

“The New York Times is now blaming an editor for the horrible mistake they made in trying to destroy or influence Justice Brett Kavanaugh. It wasn’t the editor, the Times knew everything. They are sick and desperate, losing in so many ways!” the president tweeted. 

New York Times reporters Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, who wrote the Kavanaugh article, made media appearances on Tuesday justifying that it was the editor’s ‘oversight’ leading to key information left out from their story published on Sunday.

Donald Trump Jr. also jumped in to blast the Times. 

“The editors!!! OMG this is even worse than I thought. No one’s actually surprised anymore and they will keep doing the same thing over and over because everyone in their leftist bubble is fine trying to destroy good people ideologically opposed to them,” Trump Jr. tweeted. 

“Disgusting!” he concluded. 

The Times article on Sunday revealed new sexual misconduct allegations against Kavanaugh, which were based on the forthcoming book by two of the newspapers’ reporters, saying Kavanaugh exposed himself to a female student at a party at Yale. 

The New York Times later revised its article against Brett Kavanaugh after being accused of leaving out key information, only hours after the Democratic candidates had used the article as a reason to instigate impeachment proceedings against him.

In its correction, the Times reported that friends of the supposed victim of sexual harassment by Kavanaugh said she does not recall the incident.

The correction has drawn widespread criticism and President Trump strongly ripped the Times, saying “the Times is DEAD.”