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Guess who also supports Brett Kavanaugh for SCOTUS? Bill Clinton’s former lawyer

(National SentinelNon-partisan: While the Democratic Party’s militant far-Left pulls out all the stops in what will prove to be a vain attempt to stop the Senate from confirming POTUS Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, one unlikely supporter has emerged: A former lawyer for then-President Bill Clinton.

Bill Bennett represented POTUS Clinton during his court proceedings against Paula Jones, who accused the former Arkansas governor of sexually harassing her. Clinton eventually paid about $850,000 to settle the claim.

He said he met Kavanaugh in the 1990s when Clinton was in the Oval Office and was impressed with him.

“I first crossed paths with Brett in the mid-1990s, when we found ourselves lined up on opposite sides of the decade’s biggest legal battle,” he wrote in a letter to senators this week, The Western Journal reports.

Bennett noted that Kavanaugh “had just joined the Office of Independent Counsel under Ken Starr, then investigating the president.” Though foes while presenting their opposing cases, Bennett said he was respectful of the manner in which Kavanaugh conducted himself.




Brett’s integrity quickly won me over, and we became close friends despite our differences (and the differences between the Presidents we served),” Bennett said.

He further complimented Trump’s pick as “the most qualified person any Republican president could possibly have nominated.”

Will Bennett’s endorsement matter? Probably not to most Democrats because they’re not interested in governing, only obstruction — especially when it comes to POTUS Trump’s judicial picks.

But it’s nice to see that not all Democratic supporters are sycophantic unhinged partisans.


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