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NYT: Kavanaugh has calendars from 1982 that could negate assault allegations

NYT: Kavanaugh has calendars from 1982 that could negate assault allegations

Brett Kavanaugh has located his personal calendars from the summer of 1982, and they could be used to exonerate him of accusations made by Christine Blasey Ford, the New York Times reported Sunday.

Kavanaugh plans to hand the documentation over to the Senate Judiciary Committee this week.

The calendars reportedly do not list a party mentioned by Ford in her accusation.

Senators are trying to confirm or deny Blasey’s account of the alleged sexual assault.

Blasey’s sexual assault allegation is slowing down what was seemed to be a swift path to confirmation for Kavanaugh.

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