The Senate Judiciary Committee late Wednesday released more than 1,000 written questions posed by senators and answered by U.S. Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh in the wake of his confirmation hearing last week.

In most instances, Kavanaugh stuck to his view that he would not be drawn into political issues and at other points referred the senators to things he had said at the confirmation hearing, without elaborating.

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