“That absolutely should be investigated because the ABA has potentially made a false statement to Congress in violation of 18 U.S.C. Section 1001, which says you can’t provide materially false statements to Congress — it’s a felony,” said Mike Davis, president of the Article III Project, a group that backs Mr. Trump’s judicial nominees.
Mr. Davis also worked as former chief counsel for nominations under Sen. Chuck Grassley when the Iowa Republican was chairman of the Judiciary Committee. Mr. Davis says it’s time the ABA isn’t given special access to vet the president’s judicial picks. You can read more here.