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A trio of Senate Democrats are pressing White House counsel Don McGahn for answers on his knowledge of a sexual assault allegation leveled against Brett Kavanaugh, President Trump’s pick for the Supreme Court, by a California professor.

Sens. Richard Blumenthal, D-Conn, Doug Jones, D-Ala., and Patrick Leahy, D-Vt., have asked McGahn to answer more than a dozen questions regarding the allegation and a letter, signed by 65 women who knew Kavanaugh in high school, defending him.

The article goes on to state the following:

“Based on your unique role in choosing and vetting judicial nominees for the administration and shepherding Judge Kavanaugh through the Supreme Court nominations process, we have questions about your knowledge surrounding the allegations against Judge Kavanaugh before they became public last week,” the senators wrote in a letter to McGahn on Tuesday.

McGahn has overseen the judicial selection process in the White House and was visible behind Kavanaugh during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee this month.

He also accompanied Kavanaugh to some of his meetings with members of the Senate throughout the nomination process.

The letter sent by the three senators may be read below:

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  1. IF it did happen, it was 35 years ago! 65 women that knew him from the same time period vouched for his behaviour. The only more laughable than the dems are the morons that vote for them!

    • What was a young girl doing in a bedroom with a couple of boys at a party anyway? Asking for trouble? These were teenagers and it was 35 years ago. That’s if it even happened. Actually nothing DID happen of much consequence. And why wait 35 years to bring it up. I wonder how much she got paid to tell this story. I don’t believe any of it.
      I am 75 yrs old and nothing has changed……if you act and dress like a slut, you better expect to get treated like one. Do you hear me Hollywood?

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