In 2015, Brett Kavanaugh watched the Arizona Cardinals defeat the Detroit Lions at Ford Field, joined by his former classmates from Georgetown Prep. His host that October weekend: Michael Bidwill, a friend from the class of 1983 and now the president of the Cardinals, whom Kavanaugh paid $500 as reimbursement for flights and a ticket to the game.

The following October, Kavanaugh traveled to Lewis and Clark Law School in Portland, Oregon, to deliver an annual lecture named after the Supreme Court justice for whom he once clerked—Anthony Kennedy—and has now been nominated to replace.

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