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Kavanaugh throws ‘blackout’ question back to Klobuchar, then apologizes
When Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) asked Brett M. Kavanaugh on Sept. 27 if he had ever experienced memory loss due to alcohol use, he asked her the same question, but later apologized.
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