The head of the Senate Judicial Committee canceled the votes of nearly two dozen of the judicial nominees of President Trump.
On Wednesday evening, Senator Charles Grassley, a Republican of Iowa, was the result of opposition in a panel caused by the failure of Republican Senator Jeff Flick of Arizona to vote for any judicial election.
Mr Flake said that he would oppose all the candidacies of the judges if the bill on the protection of the special lawyer Robert Muller does not receive votes. Efforts to force one unsuccessful environment.
As a result, the committee meeting on Thursday was canceled.
Mr. Grassley’s brief statement informing him of the cancellation did not indicate the reason for this, and he did not have a replanning date. It is expected that six votes and 15 candidates for district courts will come to a vote.
But Iowa’s state president said Wednesday that if no decision was made with Mr. Flack, whose depression would have allowed the Democrats to block the nominees, he would “most likely cancel the meeting.”