• Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmate claims Kavanaugh told a different story about his virginity in college than in his Fox News interview

    2 monthes ago - By Chron

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    A Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh, the embattled Supreme Court nominee, disputed a claim Kavanaugh made in his Fox News sit-down interview on Monday that he remained a virgin until well after high school.
    The classmate, Steve Kantrowitz, tweeted that Kavanaugh "claimed otherwise" when they were freshmen.
    Kavanaugh is facing two allegations of sexual misconduct stemming from the early 1980s.
    A Yale classmate of Brett Kavanaugh, the embattled Supreme Court nominee, disputed a claim Kavanaugh made in his Monday sit-down interview with Fox News that he remained a virgin...
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  • Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmate claims Kavanaugh told different story about virginity in college than in Fox News interview

    Brett Kavanaugh's Yale classmate claims Kavanaugh told different story about virginity in college than in Fox News interview

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    A Yale classmate of embattled Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh disputed Kavanaugh's claim in his Fox News sit-down interview that he remained a virgin until after high school.
    Steve Kantrowitz, a classmate of Kavanaugh's at Yale University, tweeted that Kavanaugh told him "otherwise" when they were freshmen.
    Kavanaugh is currently defending himself against two separate allegations of sexual misconduct stemming from the early 1980s.
    A Yale classmate of embattled Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh disputed Kavanaugh's claim in his Monday sit-down interview with Fox News...
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  • 2 of Brett Kavanaugh's former Yale classmates took their names off a statement denying Deborah Ramirez's sexual misconduct allegation

    2 of Brett Kavanaugh's former Yale classmates took their names off a statement denying Deborah Ramirez's sexual misconduct allegation

    2 monthes ago - By Business Insider

    Two of Brett Kavanaugh's former college classmates removed their names from a statement defending the Supreme Court nominee that appeared alongside a sexual misconduct allegation in a story by The New Yorker.
    Louisa Garry and Dino Ewing specified they knew nothing of the incident, and couldn't rebuke Deborah Ramirez's allegation that Kavanaugh exposed himself to her at a party in the 1980s.
    Four students kept their names on the statement, which Kavanaugh's lawyer prepared.
    Kavanaugh rebuked the "last-minute allegations" as "smear, plain and simple."
    One of the reporters, The New Yorker's...
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