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- US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly racked up tens of thousands of dollars in credit card bills for season tickets to Washington Nationals games for himself and a "handful" of friends.
- Kavanaugh's friends eventually reimbursed him. Kavanaugh has reportedly stopped buying season tickets.
- Kavanaugh's financial disclosure shows that in 2016, he reported $60,000 to $200,000 of debt from three credit cards and a US government loan, some of which was spent on home improvements.
- By 2017, his credit card debt was paid off, or did not meet the threshold of being reported on his disclosures.
US Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh reportedly racked up a tens of thousands of dollars in credit card bills, some of which were due to his spending on Washington Nationals season tickets for himself and a "handful" of friends, according to financial disclosures and the White House.
Kavanaugh, an avid Nationals fan, purchased the tickets for an undisclosed number of friends, White House spokesman Raj Shah told the The Washington Post. Judges are required by law to submit financial disclosures.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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