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Sessions After Trump Rebuke: 'I Plan to Continue' as Attorney General

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Jeff Sessions is asked about President Trump’s New York Times interview in which he expressed regret about the Attorney General’s appointment. Sessions said, “We in this Department of Justice continue every single day to work hard… and we wholeheartedly join in the priorities of President Trump.”