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The men's room sex sting involving Idaho Sen. Larry Craig is cracking the unity of GOP senators, sources say.

At the weekly Senate Republican policy luncheon on Tuesday, at least three senators complained their leaders "rushed to judgment" in pulling their support of Craig after it was revealed he was arrested in June in a Minnesota airport men's room on suspicion of making sexual advances to an undercover police officer in the next stall.

In August, Craig pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge of disorderly conduct -- but the Idaho senator now says he'll fight to have the plea thrown out and, if successful by September 30, back out on the resignation he had planned for that date. Read full article »

CNN's Ted Barrett and Dana Bash contributed to this report.

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