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Sen. Cory Booker (D-N.J.) on Thursday released documents from Brett Kavanaugh’s time as a White House lawyer that hadn’t been cleared for public release.
Booker released five pages of emails early Thursday evening that were stamped as “committee confidential,” meaning they cannot be discussed or released publicly.
“Here are several more Kavanaugh ‘committee confidential’ documents,” Booker said in a tweet, linking to the new tranche of documents.

A spokesman for Grassley confirmed that the documents are still classified as “committee confidential.”

“And Sen. Booker made redactions that were not in the original documents, acknowledging their sensitive nature,” the spokesman said.

The documents come after Booker released separate documents from Kavanaugh’s time as a lawyer for President George W. Bush’s White House earlier Thursday.
Booker claimed that the documents were marked “committee confidential,” but GOP aides and Bill Burck, the Bush lawyer sorting through the paperwork, said they had been cleared for public release hours earlier.

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  1. I’ve emailed my senator. What are the consequences? Unfortunately probably none. These democrat senators are a joke.

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