GOP adviser Garret Ventry resigns after previous sexual misconduct claim
Garret Ventry, a GOP press adviser working on the Senate Judiciary Committee's handling of the Brett Kavanaugh sexual assault allegation, has resigned his position. Ventry's resignation came after NBC News raised questions about his firing from another position over a sexual harassment claim against him.
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