(Washington Times) We now know Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh is bad luck for the Washington Nationals, that he seemed nervous before his first date with the woman who would become his wife, and that he has never been treated for a gambling addition — in case anyone had been curious.

And it turns out some people were curious.

Among the more than 1,200 written questions Democrats submitted to President Trump’s Supreme Court nominee were queries about his poker-playing habits, his affinity for attending baseball games, and his less-than-flush personal finances, all tucked inside more traditional questions about judicial precedent and his own lengthy record.

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