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Robin Pogrebin said on Tuesday that “bitter partisanship” has caused the reaction to her book that includes a now-discredited claim of Brett Kavanaugh’s alleged sexual misconduct while a student at Yale and that bad things “likely happened” when the now-Supreme Court Justice was young but that he has been “a better man over the last 36 years.”
Pogrebin was interviewed on WMAL radio’s Mornings on the Mall program and was asked why the article on the book she wrote with fellow Times reporter Kate Kelly, “The Education of Brett Kavanaugh, An Investigation,” left out the fact that the so-called victim did not recall the alleged misconduct.
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Calling it an “inadvertent error,” Robin Pogrebin claims that editors at the Times decided to take out the victim’s name to protect her and in doing so also took out the part of the book that states the victim did not remember the incident.
The Times‘ reported Saturday, in an article that appeared in Sunday’s print edition about the book:
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Pogrebin said that while Stier’s account was not previously reported, it was known about by both U.S....
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