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‘Thank Her for Her Bravery:' Monica Lewinsky Commends Brett Kavanaugh Accuser for Coming Forward

1 month ago   |   By Fortune

California professor Christine Blasey Ford came forward Sunday as the woman who wrote an anonymous letter outlining her alleged assault by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh-and women are thanking her for her bravery.
“I am so sorry this woman was outed without consent. I'm sorry for what she endured as a teenager. And thank her for her bravery stepping forward,” Monica Lewinsky tweeted.
i am so sorry this woman was outed without consent. i'm sorry for what she endured as a teenager. and thank her for her bravery stepping forward.
- Monica Lewinsky September 16, 2018
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