"Brett Kavanaugh wrote that presidents shouldn't be "distracted" by criminal investigations"
"President Donald Trump has picked a Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh, who doesn't think presidents should have to spend their time on pesky criminal investigations.
Perhaps not coincidentally, President Trump has been spending a lot of time dealing with a pesky criminal investigation.
Kavanaugh wrote in an article for the Minnesota Law Review from 2009 that Congress should pass a law "exempting a President -- while in office -- from criminal prosecution and investigation, including from questioning by criminal prosecutors or defense counsel."
"Brett Kavanaugh & Ken Starr Report: He Helped Author It"
"Brett Kavanaugh was indeed front-and-center in the investigations into former President Bill Clinton over sexual harassment and his honesty about a relationship with an intern, Monica Lewinsky. Some see salience in some of the Starr Report's arguments at the time over what was allowable grounds to impeach a president.
Kavanaugh was a "lead author" of Ken Starr's report into Bill Clinton, according to Politico. Kavanaugh, a graduate of Yale University, also worked in the George W. Bush administration and clerked for Anthony Kennedy, before he was named by Bush to the federal bench."
In other words, Kavanaugh is a Republican, just as dishonest as the rest of them.