Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley pushed back against a letter from the American Bar Association urging the Senate to delay a vote on Brett Kavanaugh until the FBI investigates the allegations against him.
Grassley said the ABA will not dictate how the Senate committee operates.
"The ABA is an outside organization, like any other that can send us letters and share their advice — but we're not going to let them dictate our committee's business," Grassley said.
Grassley also noted that the letter was written by the group's president.
"Tis letter is from the president of the ABA, one individual. He doesn't represent the hundreds of thousands of lawyers in the United States," he said.
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