A New York state attorney grievance committee declined to take action against Senate Minority Leader Charles Schumer for comments he made about President Donald Trump’s appointees to the U.S. Supreme Court, saying it found the remarks “concerning” but was wary of entering a political dispute.

Schumer came under fire, including in a rare public statement from Chief Justice John Roberts, after the top Senate Democrat targeted Justices Neil Gorsuch and Brett Kavanaugh at a March rally outside the U.S. Supreme Court the same the day the court heard arguments in an abortion case.

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