Then, on July 24, they met with Trump’s counsel. Turned on a dime. Now, releasing the papers would be “a bridge too far.” 1/
@SenatorLeahy, ex-chairman of Judiciary Committee, wants to find out. Here’s the letter he sent today to Don McGahn, Trump’s counsel.
In that time, he’s NEVER seen the White House interfere with the Judiciary Committee’s doc requests for a nominee.
Seriously: What are they hiding?
Well, the July 24 meeting where GOP senators agreed not to ask for three years of Brett Kavanaugh's papers might be that kind of hinge moment.