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Sarah Huckabee Sanders pours some cold water on that Brett Kavanaugh ice-throwing story

As Twitchy reported earlier Monday, the New York Times came through with a bombshell scoop: As a Yale undergrad, Brett Kavanaugh was questioned by the New Haven Police Department after allegedly throwing ice on another bar patron.

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The Free Beacon’s Brent Scher also pointed out that the co-author of the piece, a staff writer for the New York Times Magazine, had openly tweeted her opposition to Kavanaugh’s nomination the night before President Trump announced his choice.

White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders isn’t denying it happened, but she also found that tidbit interesting:

We’re sure she was totally impartial as she helped type the best hit piece against Kavanaugh that the mainstream press managed Monday.

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