Two former Yale classmates of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who previously wrote in support of his denial, withdrew their support on Tuesday.

In a letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking Democrat Dianne Feinstein, of California, the two rescinded their support for Kavanaugh’s confirmation due to the “nature of Judge Kavanaugh’s testimony.”

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Mark Osler and Michael Proctor said the letter, which was signed by 23 of Kavanaugh’s Yale classmates, relied a lot on his “exemplary judicial temperament,” which they feel was not exhibited through his testimony Friday.

“[H]aving watched those hearings, it gives us no pleasure to advise you that we must withdraw our support for the letter and Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation,” Osler and Proctor said in their letter. “In our view that testimony was partisan, and not judicious, and inconsistent with what we expect from a Justice of the Supreme Court.”

The two said that their withdraw of support does not reflect whether they believe Christine Blasey Ford’s sexual assault allegations against Kavanaugh.