As Narrative Falls Part, Fourth Accuser Comes Forward, Kept Anonymous

Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh answered questions about another potential accuser during a call with Senate staff on Tuesday.
Sen. Cory Gardner (R-Colo.) received an anonymous letter from a constituent accusing Kavanaugh of physically assaulting an unnamed woman he was dating 20 years ago, NBC first reported Wednesday. Senate staffers asked Kavanaugh about the incident over the phone, according to a redacted transcript of the call that was released by the Senate Judiciary Committee on Wednesday.
In the letter, dated Saturday, Sept. 22, the constituent claimed that in 1998, while Kavanaugh was authoring the Kenneth Starr report ― which laid the grounds for impeaching former President Bill Clinton ― he was socializing at a D.C. bar with the constituent’s daughter and four friends.


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