Published On: Thu, Jul 12th, 2018

Brett Kavanaugh Mystery: Reported Huge Debts In 2016, Suddenly Paid Off In 2017, But Who Paid Them Is A Puzzle

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Just a day after reports surfaced that Donald Trump and retiring Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy made a secret deal to secure Kennedy’s retirement by picking former Kennedy law clerk Brett Kavanaugh to take the vacant seat on the court, as The Inquisitr reported, Kavanaugh’s financial disclosure forms revealed that the prospective high court justice ran up somewhere between $ 60,000 and $ 200,000 in credit card debt as well as a bank loan by the end of 2016 — debt that took about a decade to accumulate but somehow disappeared in 2017, after Trump took office.

The Washington Post reported the revelations from Kavanaugh’s disclosure forms in an investigation published online late Wednesday evening.

As with Trump’s own financial disclosure forms released earlier this year, and summarized by The Inquisitr, the forms give only a range of values for Kavanaugh’s assets and debts, rather than precise dollar figures.

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Brett Kavanaugh Mystery: Reported Huge Debts In 2016, Suddenly Paid Off In 2017, But Who Paid Them Is A Puzzle