Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley released series of calendar page copies belonging to Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh Wednesday morning. The copies are from the summer of 1982, the time when Christine Blasey Ford vaguely says she was sexually assaulted by Kavanaugh at a house party in Maryland.
"The calendars were provided pursuant to Chairman Grassley request that Judge Kavanaugh provide any and all documentary evidence he may possess relating to the allegations raised by Dr. Ford," the Committee released in a statement.
The pages include everything from basketball games, haircuts, being grounded, cutting the lawn, prom, studying at the library, an interview at Yale and more.
Both Kavanaugh and Ford are expected to testify at a Committee hearing Thursday. Arizona Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, who specializes in sexual assault cases, will do the questioning.