Stephen Colbert Has 1 Painfully Awkward Question For Brett Kavanaugh

Stephen Colbert Has 1 Painfully Awkward Question For Brett Kavanaugh

Sanders questioned. "Throwing ice 33 years ago, or her opinion of Judge Kavanaugh in July?"

Charles Ludington, who was a witness, said a man resembling UB40's lead singer had asked Mr Kavanaugh and his friend Chris Dudley to stop looking at him and used an expletive. Cozzolino, who was suffering from a cut ear, was taken to a hospital; Dudley was taken to the department's old detention center on Union Avenue, according to the report. That man approached the group for staring at him, where at this point Kavanaugh allegedly threw ice at him.

Kavanaugh's former Yale classmate Charles "Chad" Ludington said Kavanaugh had "mischaracterized" his college drinking in his testimony before the Senate Judiciary committee last week, which is now looking into several allegations of sexual assault against the judge.

"On one of the last occasions I purposely socialized with Brett, I witnessed him respond to a semi-hostile remark, not by defusing the situation, but by throwing his beer in the man's face", Ludington wrote.

Ludington said he felt it was his civic duty to tell of his experience drinking with Kavanaugh, and said in his statement he is going to take his information to the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

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Prof Ludington and Mr Dudley are among several of Judge Kavanaugh's classmates who have recently spoken out about his behaviour at Yale.

Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh appears before the Senate Judiciary Committee during his Supreme Court confirmation hearing in the Hart Senate Office Building on Capitol Hill September 4, 2018 in Washington, DC.

His statement came amid an FBI investigation into allegations of sexual misconduct by Kavanaugh, in which Kavanaugh has been accused of drinking in excess.

In an op-ed for Slate, Roche writes, "Brett Kavanaugh stood up under oath and lied about his drinking and about the meaning of words in his yearbook".

The report was a weird twist in Kavanaugh's continuing attempts to make it to the Supreme Court, and provided a rare opportunity for some levity to those following the story. Kavanaugh was among those questioned in relation to the incident but was not arrested. "The people who knew me then know that this did not happen, and have said so".

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Ludington spoke to Cuomo tonight for a chat on what he knew Kavanaugh's boozy conduct, as well as a newly-uncovered police report connecting Kavanaugh to a 1985 incident at a bar.

Speaking to reporters at the White House on Tuesday, Mr Trump said: "My whole life I've heard, "you're innocent until proven guilty", but now you're guilty until proven innocent".

On Monday, the White House circulated a statement from Dudley, who went on to play in the National Basketball Association and run for governor of OR in 2010.

In a statement, Ludington, now a professor at North Carolina State University, said Kavanaugh drank often and heavily, and became "belligerent and aggressive" when very drunk. This is the most misogynist display of barbaric insensitivity I've ever seen.

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