Trump SCOTUS Finalist Wanted to Ask Bill Clinton Specific Questions About Things He Ejaculated On, Book Says

“If Monica Lewinsky says that you masturbated into a trashcan in your secretary’s office would she [be] lying?” was one sample question from Brett Kavanaugh, says a 2010 book

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As President Trump gears up to name his replacement to fill Justice Anthony Kennedy’s seat on the U.S. Supreme Court, a 2010 book shines light on the one of his frontrunners for the job, Brett Kavanaugh, and his rather salacious connection to the Bill Clinton-Monica Lewinsky sex scandal in the 1990s.

Kavanaugh served as an attorney alongside Special Prosecutor Ken Starr during the investigation which eventually led to Clinton’s impeachment. According to “The Death of American Virtue: Clinton vs. Starr” by Ken Gormley, Kavanaugh urged Starr to confront Clinton on the dirtiest details of the affair, even drafting a list of sample questions, which would have forced Clinton to answer specifics about when and where he had ejaculated.

Among the questions the book says Kavanaugh had prepared were:

“If Monica Lewinsky says that you ejaculated into her mouth on two occasions in the Oval Office area, would she be lying?”

“If Monica Lewinsky says that on several occasions you had her give [you] oral sex, made her stop, and then ejaculated into the sink in the bathroom of the Oval Office, would she be lying?”

“If Monica Lewinsky says that you masturbated into a trashcan in your secretary’s office would she [be] lying?”

“The Death of American Virtue” has been archived by Google Books and the specific passage about Clinton’s ejaculatory habits can be found here.

The nugget was first highlighted prominently by Vox correspondent Dylan Matthews in a tweet, who also said the whole book was worth a read.

Reps for the judge did not immediately respond to request for comment from TheWrap.

Kavanaugh – a judge on the Circuit Court and a longtime fixture in the GOP legal establishment — is facing increasing scrutiny but is widely viewed as among the top three frontrunners for the job, along with Amy Coney Barrett and Raymond Kethledge. All three jurists are rock solid conservatives and come from a list of carefully vetted judges compiled by the Federalist Society before President Trump’s election.

With mid-terms looming, the Republican controlled Senate is eager to move fast on installing Kennedy’s replacement. Trump is expected to formally nominate someone for the job as early as Monday.