At Sessions Hearing, Dems Focus On Fired Acting Justice AG The Senate Judiciary Committee again debated Sen. Jeff Sessions nomination as attorney general, meeting a day after the acting attorney general was fired for refusing to defend an executive order.
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At Sessions Hearing, Dems Focus On Fired Acting Justice AG

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At Sessions Hearing, Dems Focus On Fired Acting Justice AG

At Sessions Hearing, Dems Focus On Fired Acting Justice AG

At Sessions Hearing, Dems Focus On Fired Acting Justice AG

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The Senate Judiciary Committee once again debated the nomination of Sen. Jeff Sessions to be attorney general. Democrats on the Republican-controlled committee raised objections to his nomination. The committee met a day after President Trump fired the acting attorney general over her refusal to defend the immigration order banning travel from seven majority Muslim countries.