Ari Melber breaks down how, as a staffer on Ken Starr’s team, Brett Kavanaugh urged asking President Bill Clinton graphic questions about his relationship with Monica Lewinsky. The tables appear to have turned on Kavanaugh, as The Washington Post reports that in practice sessions with White House aides, he “grew frustrated” with questions that “dug into his personal life”. The Washington Post’s Helaine Olen says it is an “impossible hypocrisy”.
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