Republicans, invoking obscure rule, rebuke Sen. Elizabeth Warren, saying she impugned Sen. Sessions' character. She was reading statements against Sessions made during his failed 1986 bid for a federal judgeship. One of the letters she read in opposition to Sessions, the current nominee for attorney general, was from the late Coretta Scott King.
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