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Topic - Gerald Hebert
"I know there's a club [atmosphere] in the Senate, but the fact of the matter remains: It's not that his vote at that point was a mistake, it's that now he's had the opportunity with the passage of 23 years to see a different Jeff Sessions," Mr. Hebert said in a telephone interview.
He stands by his belief that there was a coordinated campaign to deny Mr. Reagan's nominees a seat on the bench and that he was a victim of that.