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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.

Read the letter Coretta Scott King wrote opposing Sessions' 1986 federal nomination.

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