(National Sentinel)Â Non-partisan: While the Democratic Party’s militant far-Left pulls out all the stops in what will prove to be a vain attempt to stop the Senate from confirming POTUS Donald Trump’s latest Supreme Court nominee, Judge Brett Kavanaugh, one unlikely supporter has emerged: A former lawyer for then-President Bill Clinton.
Bill Bennett represented POTUS Clinton during his court proceedings against Paula Jones, who accused the former Arkansas governor of sexually harassing her. Clinton eventually paid about $850,000 to settle the claim.
He said he met Kavanaugh in the 1990s when Clinton was in the Oval Office and was impressed with him.
â€œI first crossed paths with Brett in the mid-1990s, when we found ourselves lined up on opposite sides of the decadeâ€™s biggest legal battle,â€ he wrote in a letter to senators this week,Â The Western Journal reports.
Bennett noted that Kavanaugh â€œhad just joined the Office of Independent Counsel under Ken Starr, then investigating the president.â€ Though foes while presenting their opposing cases, Bennett said he was respectful of the manner in which Kavanaugh conducted himself.
Brettâ€™s integrity quickly won me over, and we became close friends despite our differences (and the differences between the Presidents we served),â€ Bennett said.
He further complimentedÂ Trumpâ€™s pick as â€œthe most qualified person any Republican president could possibly have nominated.â€
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Will Bennett’s endorsement matter? Probably not to most Democrats because they’re not interested in governing, only obstruction — especially when it comes to POTUS Trump’s judicial picks.
But it’s nice to see that not all Democratic supporters are sycophantic unhinged partisans.