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Was Feinstein's 'bombshell' letter alleging Kavanaugh's high school 'misconduct' a bust?

Was Feinstein's 'bombshell' letter alleging Kavanaugh's high school 'misconduct' a bust?

On Thursday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) announced that she’d turned a letter with purported incriminating information about Supreme Court nominee Judge Brett Kavanaugh over to the FBI for investigation.

The letter was allegedly written by a woman who accused Kavanaugh of "misconduct" when they were both in high school, more than 30 years ago. But Feinstein said she could offer no further details because the letter's author "strongly requested confidentiality" and "declined to come forward or discuss the matter any further."

Kavanaugh has "categorically" denied allegations of misconduct while a student at Georgetown Preparatory School in Bethesda, Maryland, in the 1980s.

On Friday's episode of  “The Glenn Beck Radio Program,” Bill O'Reilly joined Glenn to discuss the unidentified author's letter containing unidentified allegations, and the lows to which Senate Democrats seem willing to stoop in order to block Kavanaugh's confirmation.

Watch the video clip above to catch the conversation.

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