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  • Black caucus women read King letter that earned Warren a Senate rebuke

    Before the Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, 13 black caucus Democrats read a letter by the late Martin Luther King’s widow critical of the Alabama Republican - the same letter that got Sen. Elizabeth Warren barred from speaking on the Senate floor after she read from it Tuesday night.

Before the Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, 13 black caucus Democrats read a letter by the late Martin Luther King’s widow critical of the Alabama Republican - the same letter that got Sen. Elizabeth Warren barred from speaking on the Senate floor after she read from it Tuesday night. Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman/YouTube
Before the Senate confirmed Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general, 13 black caucus Democrats read a letter by the late Martin Luther King’s widow critical of the Alabama Republican - the same letter that got Sen. Elizabeth Warren barred from speaking on the Senate floor after she read from it Tuesday night. Congresswoman Bonnie Watson Coleman/YouTube

Black caucus women back Elizabeth Warren, read letter that earned her Senate rebuke

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