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Sessions: ‘I don’t know that I can make a blanket commitment’ to not jail reporters
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During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Oct. 18, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions if he would “commit to not putting reporters in jail for doing their jobs.” Sessions replied that he doesn’t “know that I can make a blanket commitment” on it.
During a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Oct. 18, Sen. Amy Klobuchar (D-Minn.) asked Attorney General Jeff Sessions if he would “commit to not putting reporters in jail for doing their jobs.” Sessions replied that he doesn’t “know that I can make a blanket commitment” on it.
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