For Trump, the self professed, serial sexual assaulter of women to hold a phony "swearing in ceremony" for Kavanaugh in which he apologized to him for how the poor, powerless judge had to almost have to face his accusers in a process rigged so he'd never face any other consequences for what he did is one of the most revolting spectacles in the long list of revolting spectacles that have come from the Trump regime.
What they are doing is reinforcing the privilege given to white men who assault, rape, humiliate, degraded and use women and girls by ginning up sympathy for him when caught. And one of the easiest ways for them to do that is to use their wives, daughters, mothers, etc. as cover for them being rewarded for exercising the sense of entitlement such men as Kavanaugh are brought up with. That his family, his schools, his training in the law didn't expunge but, rather, and on his own testimony, give him an enhanced sense of entitlement including to be let off the hook if caught, shows that they deserve no sympathy. Perhaps his daughters have a right to our sympathy, no one chooses their father or is responsible for their behavior before they were born, but their right is to our sympathy for having to face what Brett Kavanaugh has done and is because of him, not his accusers or those who point out that a perjuring sex criminal doesn't belong on the Supreme Court where he can inflict his will on women and girls. We don't owe them any other sympathy than that their father is a creep.
That would make a good bumpersticker, maybe. Trump doesn't get to extend my apology to him. Trump's the last person in the world who gets to do that on behalf of women, or us.