A UK-based journalist questioned if the candidate was actually interviewing for the right career.
Writing something in the voice of Brett Kavanaugh and it is so liberating to be allowed to rant, ramble, and succumb to frothing emotion. It takes seconds. If this current job doesn't work out for him, he could be a newspaper columnist who files between 30 and 40 columns a week.— Marina Hyde (@MarinaHyde) 28 September 2018
However, Senator Lindsey Graham, one of those interviewing Kavanaugh, took sympathy with the candidate.
He said that the process “is not a job interview, it is hell.”
The Editorial Director of Vox.com, a US news site, explained how important it is that this job interview process is stringent.
Laura McGann wrote that “perhaps there are jobs where it doesn’t really matter if a candidate has a dubious past or if he’s a liar. Supreme Court justice is not one of those jobs.”
The now-infamous candidate stands accused of other crimes – including exposing himself to other women, being a bystander whilst a gang rape took place and being friends with those who spiked drinks with drugs and alcohol.
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