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Former FBI Director James Comey in a New York Times op-ed wrote that the FBI should be skeptical about comments Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh made regrading his high school yearbook, insisting they are a sign the bureau must “dig deeper.”
Comey charged Kavanaugh with “lying” about phrases in his high school yearbook during the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Thursday.
The article goes on to state the following:
“[FBI agents] … that little lies point to bigger lies,” Comey wrote. “They know that obvious lies by the nominee about the meaning of words in a yearbook are a flashing signal to dig deeper.”
The Supreme Court pick responded aggressively when Democratic senators pushed him on references to “boofing,” “Devil’s Triangle” and drinking in his high school yearbook.
James Comey writes of the Kavanaugh sexual assault investigation, “Although the process is deeply flawed, and apparently designed to thwart the fact-gathering process, the FBI is up for this. It’s not as hard as Republicans hope it will be.” https://t.co/f419dDE53j
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 30, 2018
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