In a rather remarkable moment in a U.S. Senate debate in Massachusetts Tuesday, Democratic Sen. Elizabeth Warren learned for the first time that an ethics complaint has been filed against her for having fundraised off of Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation hearings.
The presidential hopeful senator was first informed of the complaint by her Republican challenger Geoff Diehl in a moment highlighted by The Washington Free Beacon. . .
Warren, who maintained a blank look on her face when Diehl first cited the complaint, attempted to side-step the issue by asking Diehl to name a time that he criticized Trump after he made dismissive remarks about Christine Blasey Ford’s uncorroborated allegations. . .
“I would like to drill down on what Representative Diehl said,” one moderator said. “The fundraising while the vote was being taken on the Kavanaugh hearing — did you or did you not do that?”
“Actually, I don’t know,” said Warren, an admission that caused a stir in the audience. (Read more from “Watch: Warren First Learns of Ethics Complaint Against Her in Middle of Debate” HERE)