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Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh has hired four women to clerk for him, maintaining a pledge during his confirmation process to hire an all-female staff, The New York Times reported Sunday.

The hires reportedly make Kavanaugh, who was confirmed and sworn-in over the weekend, the first Supreme Court justice to have an all-female staff.

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The Times reported that only one of the four women, Kim Jackson, previously worked for Kavanaugh at the appellate court level. The other three are Shannon Grammel, Megan Lacy and Sara Nommensen, each of whom worked for appeals court judges appointed by Republicans, it added.

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  1. Not good at all. Not good at all when you hire only one gender for a job and refuse to even look at the other gender for possible candidates. I don’t like PC, never have. I do like it when people pay attention to how they use their words, but this identity sh*t doesn’t work. I am quite disappointed in this judge. He is continuing the same old stuff, except this time it is the women that are getting favored. Nope, this is not the way to change our society to include everyone and give everyone a chance to compete for a job.

    • Don’t jump to conclusions and how do you know he refused to look at men? He may have interviewed men as well as women. Being PC, he would need to have both male and female interns.

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