United States Senate Committee on the Judiciary
"Is that really how you want to start your defense of guns?!!" one critic asked the Texas Republican.
"It’s not going away anytime soon," Christopher Wray said in a Senate hearing on the Capitol riot.
Questions about the FBI’s preparations for the riot, and investigations into it, are expected to dominate Wray’s appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee.
The Senate minority leader told Politico that Garland had his support, five years after he refused to advance his nomination to the Supreme Court.
The California Democrat's announcement comes after progressives expressed anger at her handling of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett's hearings.
But Democrats boycotted the vote in protest of the GOP's "illegitimate process" to confirm Trump's Supreme Court pick.
Their plan is to fill their empty seats with photos of people who would be hurt by Barrett casting a deciding vote against the Affordable Care Act.
The California senator angered liberal groups after she praised Trump's Supreme Court nominee and the GOP senator in charge of confirmation hearings.
The California Democrat was swiftly criticized this week for praising GOP Sen. Lindsey Graham for his running of the Supreme Court confirmation hearing.
“I thought it was a very poor set of hearings,” the California congresswoman said.