(The Washington Post)
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Sessions: Martin Luther King Jr.’s ‘voice still echoes in the halls’ of the DOJ
In a Jan. 16 speech, Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke about Martin Luther King Jr.’s fight for civil rights. Critics said it seemed at odds with his direction at the Department of Justice.
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