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Kavanaugh: I want a fair process where I can hear you
“The story” exclusive: judge Kavanaugh says that in America ” we hear from both sides.’
As a Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh has continued to deny the sexual misconduct allegations brought against him in the last few days, his wife, Ashley, remained at his side.
She told Fox News in an exclusive interview, she found the allegations “hard to believe.”
“I know, Board. I’ve known him for 17 years. He is decent, he is friendly, he is good,” said Ashley. “I know his heart. This is not consistent with the Board.”
Brett Kavanaugh was accused of sexually assaulting a teenager at a house party when he was in high school, as well as make available to another woman, while at a Yale University party.
Kavanaugh and Ashley first met when they both worked in the Bush White house and went on their first date, shortly before the 9/11 terrorist attacks. Now the manager for a Maryland town just outside Washington, DC, on read more for a look at what else is to know about Ashley.
Assistant to President Bush
Ashley Kavanaugh holds a Bible as her husband, Brett Kavanaugh, is sworn in as a judge for the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. The two work for former President George W. Bush met.
(AP Photo/Pablo Martinez Monsivais)
Ashley served as former President George W. Bush’s personal Secretary – and it was in the White house, where you will meet your future husband. Previously, she worked on Bush’s campaign, which, according to her LinkedIn page.
Their connections to the Bush family, according to Politico, his thoughts even more than her husband.
She is also a part of a team of former Bush adviser, helped the Supreme Court nominee confirmation process to navigate, Politico reported. This group is different than the one that is provided by the White house.
Maryland town manager
Ashley serves as the town manager of Chevy Chase, Maryland, section 5.
According to The Washington Post, Ashley, the neighborhood held on the Fourth of July parade and barbecue, in a salary of about $66,000.
“She is the anti-thesis of the name-dropper,” Gregory Chernack, a Democrat, serves as Chairman of the Council of the city, the newspaper said. “And you don’t want to talk about it, what are you doing man. If I don’t know, it is independent, I would never know.”
Chevy Chase is just outside of Washington, DC
Ashley Kavanaugh defended her husband from the decades-old sexual misconduct allegations against him were brought, during an exclusive interview with Fox News.
(AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin)
Then Ashley Estes, her first date with Brett Kavanaugh was on Sept. 10, 2001.
“The next morning, I was called a couple of steps behind her, as the Secret Service all of us for the sprint from the front gates of the White house, because it was an inbound aircraft,” Kavanaugh said, as President, Trump nominated him to the Supreme court. “In the difficult weeks that followed, Ashley was a source of strength for President Bush and for all of you in this building.”
“Through bad days, and so many better days, and since then, she has said a great woman and an inspiring mother,” the federal appeals judges.
The couple married in 2004 and have two daughters.
During the swearing-in ceremony for Kavanaugh, of the U.S. Court of Appeals in 2006, Bush joked that their marriage “was the first lifetime appointment I arranged for Brett.”
The former President and first lady reportedly attended the wedding.
Kaitlyn Schallhorn is a Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter: @K_Schallhorn.