Brett Kavanaugh Investigated A President, Then Voiced Concerns About Doing Just That : NPR

NPR offers a perspective of a young Kavanaugh as he worked with Kenneth Starr during the Clinton presidency. Included are source documents that give us some insight as to the circumstances that led him to conclude that Congress should investigate a sitting president.

What the NPR report does not answer is whether Kavanaugh’s opinion would be the same should there be questions about whether both a President and some members of Congress have been compromised by foreign agents.