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Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and his accusers, Dr. Christine Blasey Ford are scheduled, to testify under oath before the Senate judiciary Committee on Thursday; chief congressional correspondent Mike Emanuel reports from Capitol Hill.
A lawyer for judge Brett Kavanaugh defended its customers this week in a New York Times article about a woman Kavanaugh ‘ s mentioned in 1983, Georgetown Prep Yearbook.
According to the times, Renate Schroeder Dolphin, knew Kavanaugh, when the two were in high school, claims that she had recently learned that her name appeared in the Yearbook at least 14 times, and you looked at the references as “hurtful.”
Kavanaugh was one of 13 degree senior in 1983, called Dolphin on your personal pages, according to the report. On Kavanaugh’s side, he referred to himself as “Renate Alumnius.”
“I learned about these Yearbook pages said only a few days ago,” Dolphin said in a statement at the time. “I don’t know what ‘Renate Alumnus” means. I can’t understand start to what is going on in the minds of the 17-year-old guys who write such things, but this is awful, hurtful and simply untrue. I pray their daughters will never be treated this way. I will have no further comment.”
In his high school Yearbook, Brett Kavanaugh, and the other the “Renate-Alumni called themselves.” The woman you refer to angry. https://t.co/o0NMqLnXB5
— The New York Times (@nytimes) September 25, 2018
Before the Times story was published, Dolphin was one of 65 women, the Kavanaugh to support a letter signed ‘ s nomination for the Supreme court of the United States.
Alexandra Walsh, a lawyer for Kavanaugh, responded in a statement at the time.
“Judge Kavanaugh and Mrs Dolphin, together attended a high school event and shared a short kiss good night after this event,” the statement said. “They had no such encounter. The language of judge Kavanaugh’s high school Yearbook refers to the fact that he and Ms. Dolphin attended a high school event together, and nothing else.”
But the Dolphin refused the kiss they ever Kavanaugh.
“I think that the Board must have me confused with someone else, because I kissed her, never him,” she said through her lawyer.
Kavanaugh defends his high-school behavior in a Fox News interview on Monday.
“People might have had to many Beers on the occasion and the people in General, in high school,” he said. “I think all of us have probably done things that we look back on high school and regret, or crawl a little bit.”