Sessions: Kagan Has "Serious Judgmental Flaws and Errors"

While it was no surprise, Jeff Sessions, Ranking Member of the Senate Judiciary Committee (R-Ala.) spoke with CBS News Chief Legal Correspondent Jan Crawford this morning and voiced his reasons on why he will vote against Elena Kagan at Tuesday's committee vote for the Supreme Court nominee.

Sessions cited Kagan's lack of experience on the bench, "A number of her decisions in her very limited legal career indicate that kind of approach to law and some serious judgmental flaws and errors that I think are quite significant and need to be understood by the American people."

Sessions also told Crawford that she may be the choice of the White House, but that doesn't mean she's the right choice. "I believe she is the kind of judge Obama wants but the kind of judge that we do not need on the Supreme Court," he said.

Watch the interview above.

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