Johnny Isakson will vote 'no' on Loretta Lynch for A.G.

WASHINGTON -- Georgia Republican U.S. Sen. Johnny Isakson will vote against confirming Loretta Lynch for Attorney General.

Lynch's nomination is finally expected to hit the floor in the coming days, after Senate leaders announced an agreement this morning on a human trafficking bill.

Isakson's delegation mate, Sen. David Perdue, also opposes Lynch and voted against her nomination in committee in February. It appears that Lynch, a federal prosecutor in New York who would be the first black female attorney general, will have barely enough GOP votes to squeak by to confirmation.

Isakson spokeswoman Amanda Maddox said Isakson's concerns about Lynch were similar to others expressed by Republicans -- immigration and guns:

"Following his meeting with Loretta Lynch and her confirmation hearings, Sen. Isakson was dissatisfied with her responses to questions regarding the constitutionality of President Obama's executive action that attempts to circumvent Congress and grant amnesty to millions in this country illegally or her beliefs regarding protecting the Second Amendment."