'That's not true': CNN's Chris Cuomo hammers Rick Santorum after he claims multiple people vouched for Kavanaugh's character
Jennifer Granholm, Sen.Rick Santorum, Chris Cuomo [Photo: Screengrab from photo]

CNN's Chris Cuomo hammered former Republican Sen.Rick Santorum (R-PA) over Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh's character.


After testifying in front of the Senate Judicial Committee, several of Kavanaugh's Yale classmates have spoken out claiming that he lied under oath.

"I think it's a fair criticism to say that he was not talking about himself the way his classmates talk about him. The question is, does it matter?" Cuomo asked.

"Why are all of these people coming forward who went to school with him and saying they're lying about who he was? People who called him a friend," Cuomo said.

"And many, many more are coming and saying that the Brett Kavanaugh they know is exactly consistent with what he's saying," Santorum said.

"No. Not many, many more. You're parsing and I get why. You're saying all of these people came out to say what the other person is untrue, but none of them said that. And on the issue of his credibility about his drinking, he is sober 100 percent of the time and he only drinks a little bit too much once in a while, that's not true. They don't offset."

Watch the clip below via CNN.