New Jersey senator Cory Booker said that more allegations could come out about Brett Kavanaugh on September 13, the day before Ronan Farrow and Jane Mayer’s original New Yorker story.
Booker was interviewed at the Capitol by Showtime’s television show “The Circus,” which interviewed the Democratic senator on Thursday September 13, according to The Hill.
The Hill reported: “Booker certainly gained attention with his theatrics. A film crew with Showtime’s “The Circus” camped in the hallway outside Booker’s office on Thursday to shoot an impromptu interview with him.”
A clip from the Showtime program shows Booker telling the interviewer that “more could come out,” according to Don Jr. adviser Andy Surabian.
“This is not done until the last vote is cast,” Booker said. “And I’ll tell you right now, a lot more could come out. We never know.”
The Farrow story emerged on September 14 and Christine Blasey Ford’s name was originally not included in the piece. Farrow and Mayer then profiled second accuser Debbie Ramirez. The third accuser, meanwhile, is represented by Stormy Daniels’ lawyer Michael Avenatti.
"A lot more can come out"
— Andrew Surabian (@Surabees) September 29, 2018
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