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‘I Said Things I Shouldn’t Have Said’: Brett Kavanaugh Wants You To Know You Can Trust Him Now

"I hope everyone can understand that I was there as a son, husband and dad."

"I hope everyone can understand that I was there as a son, husband and dad."
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2 comments on “‘I Said Things I Shouldn’t Have Said’: Brett Kavanaugh Wants You To Know You Can Trust Him Now

  1. Ambrose Evans-Pritchard put the boot into Kavanaugh in the (UK) Daily Telegraph over contact he had with him when Kavanaugh was about 30 years old – that is, a practising lawyer and quite some years past teenagehood.

    Here’s the intro:

    Twenty-three years ago I crossed swords with a younger Brett Kavanaugh in one of the weirdest and most disturbing episodes of my career as a journalist.

    What happened leaves me in no doubt that he lacks judicial character and is unfit to serve on the US Supreme Court for the next thirty years or more, whatever his political ideology

  2. If I ever argue before SCOTUS, I will be sure to bring my Dad’s calendars and cry like a whiny little drunken B until I get my way.

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