A emergency meeting of the Federal Judges Association's Executive Committee, which was set for Wednesday, has been postponed, according to CNN.
The meeting planned to discuss President Donald Trump's tweeting about Justice Department cases, particularly with respect to politically charged ones, per the report.
The conference call among the 14 judges of the Executive Committee was postponed, the FJA Executive Director Megan Cruz told CNN.
President Trump had tweeted Tuesday about the group before the meeting:
"I hope the Federal Judges Association will discuss the tremendous FISA Court abuse that has taken place with respect to the Mueller Investigation Scam, including the forging of documents and knowingly using the fake and totally discredited Dossier before the Court. Thank you!"
FJA President, Judge Cynthia Rufe, had told USA Today, the group "could not wait" until its spring meeting to discuss the issues of the DOJ and Attorney General William Barr.
"There are plenty of issues that we are concerned about," Rufe had told the paper. "We'll talk all of this through."
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