NJ Senator Cory Booker Releases Confidential Kavanaugh Documents

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It's the third day of Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation hearings and things took an interesting turn this morning when New Jersey Senator Cory Booker released emails that include commentary on racial profiling by the former.

The emails were dubbed confidential by the committee but Booker rejected that claim since they don't have to do with national security. Prior to releasing the emails, he referenced the possible consequences of his actions.

"I understand the penalty comes with potential ousting from the Senate."

The 12-pages of emails date back as far as 2002 when Kavanaugh was on a team of lawyers working with the Justice Department. You can read the documents here.

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