The New York Times reporters, behind the controversial article on Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh, said he had agreed to be interviewed for her book on the condition that they write that she was not with him speak.
Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, the co-authors of the new book "The Education of Brett Kavanaugh: An Inquiry," appeared at a National Press Club Washington DC event and said Kavanaugh was ready to sit with them but eventually fell by because of its demand.
"Brett Kavanaugh agreed to talk to @katekelly and @rpogrebin about her book – if they wrote that they did not speak to him," tweeted Allison Kodjak, president of the National Press Club. "The authors ̵
Last weekend, the New York Times resumed an explosive report on a reoccurring charge of sexual assault by Kavanaugh from his college years. The play by Pogrebin and Kelly, taken from her book, claimed that there was confirmation of an incident in which Kavanaugh posed as a Yale student at a classmate's party.
The Update contained the important detail that several friends of the alleged victim said they did not remember the alleged sexual assault. The newspaper also stated for the first time that the alleged victim had refused to be interviewed and had not commented on the episode.
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On Monday, Pogrebin and Kelly claimed that key information missing in their piece was contained in the original draft, and suggested that the editors remove it ,
"Did your article design contain the words that have been added to the article since?" Lawrence O & # 39; Donnell, MSNBC Moderator, asked.
"That's it," both Pogrebin and Kelly responded. She then explained that the Times does not usually have names of victims and that she believes the crucial information she does not remember was removed as well the publishers removed the name.
An editing, you know, that was done in the hurry of the editing process, "added Pogrebin.