President Trump\u2019s pick for the Federal Reserve\u00a0board, ex-CNN contributor Stephen Moore, blasted the reporting about him from his former employer and other outlets Wednesday, accusing them of \u201cpulling a Kavanaugh\u201d against him.During an interview on WZFG radio, Moore, previously a Fox News contributor, was asked about CNN\u2019s KFILE reporting on various columns he had written from 2000-2003 in which he apparently mocked women\u2019s involvement in professional sports.\u201cI was so honored when I got the call from Donald Trump but you know, all it has been since then is one personal assault after another, a kind of character assassination that has nothing to do with economics,\u201d Moore said. \u201cYou know, my divorce 10 years ago, or something I wrote 25 years ago. They have six full-time investigative reporters looking into me at The Washington Post and the New York Times, and CNN.\u201d\u201cI kind of wear it as a badge of honor, that they\u2019re so afraid of me, that they want all these people looking into my past because they\u2019re worried that I\u2019m going to prevail here,\u201d he continued. \u201cThey have not attacked me on my economic ideas.\u201dLARRY KUDLOW: ECONOMY HAS BEEN 'BOOMING'Moore agreed with the radio host that the coverage of him this week has been \u201cNational Enquirer stuff\u201d and went even further: \u201cThey\u2019re pulling a Kavanaugh against me.\u201dThat was in reference to the hostile coverage Brett Kavanaugh, then a Supreme Court nominee, received during his confirmation process last year.CNN KFILE senior editor Andrew Kaczynski responded to Moore\u2019s attack, saying, \u201cI don\u2019t even know what \u2018pulling a Kavanaugh\u2019 means.\u201dCLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APP\u201cLook, when you\u2019re a nominee or pick for a public administration, your record is going to get scrutinized. Things that you say, things that you did\u2013those are going to be reported on,\u201d Kaczynski said on CNN. \u201cI know this morning he was referring to this as a smear campaign, covering comments he made about women, and covering things that he said in columns. That is not a smear campaign. That is reporting on his record. So, it\u2019s a little odd that he finds just commenting things that he has done and said to be such a problem for him.\u201dCNN did not immediately respond to Fox News\u2019\u00a0request for comment.