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Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell condemned the decrease in journalistic standards following a New York Times story that claimed to have evidence proving Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh engaged in sexual misconduct decades ago.

“I’m distressed about the declining journalistic principles so much on display across all of the world of journalism, up to and including of all publications, the New York Times,” McConnell said Tuesday in a briefing with reporters. “It’s a very distressing development.”

The article goes on to state the following:

McConnell said the Times “ought to be embarrassed” and all reporters “ought to feel badly” about the Kavanaugh story.


Related: REPORT: NYT updates Kavanaugh ‘bombshell’ with critical detail about accuser they had left out



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