Kavanaugh Apologizes to Klobuchar after Exchange about Drinking

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Klobuchar followed this line of inquiry and prefaced it by noting that her father, the longtime Star Tribune journalist Jim Klobuchar, was a longtime abuser of alcohol.

Kavanaugh mentioned his appreciation for the yeasty beverage during his opening statement to the committee, almost an hour after Christine Blasey Ford finished telling the committee about the evening she says he attempted to rape her when they were in high school.

Kavanaugh appeared before the Judiciary Committee to face questions over an allegation that he sexually assaulted a woman, Christine Blasey Ford, while the two were teenagers in 1982.

Klobuchar: Drinking is one thing, but the concern is about truthfulness and in your written testimony you said sometimes you had too many drinks. "And I appreciated that he apologized, but at the same time, he didn't really answer the question".

"You're asking about blackout, I don't know, have you?" "I drank beer with my friends".

"When it happens, you don't just put it under the rug", she said.

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Kavanaugh: "I responded by asking her a question and I didn't - I'm sorry I did that". Klobuchar asked. "That's not happened, is that your answer?"

Kavanaugh: Yea and I'm curious if you have. "I disagree with her politics, but if more Senators behaved like Amy Klobuchar behaved today, we'd have a far more dignified process and Senate", Erickson tweeted on Thursday night.

"Whatever else he was saying, there's no doubt that he was a heavy drinker and he told the exact opposite statement", Brown said "So his lies, I think, are relatively well-proved and I hope the Federal Bureau of Investigation can figure that out".

The legal drinking age was 18 in Washington, D.C., throughout the years Kavanaugh attended Georgetown Prep.

On Friday, the White House argued that any claim Kavanaugh had said he was legally allowed to consume beer during high school is inaccurate and that he "never suggested that all of his high school drinking was of legal age", said White House spokesman Raj Shah. She also testified that she had a beer.

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