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Sessions on opioid use: ‘Sometimes you just have to suffer a little’
Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke about opioid use Jan. 29, saying White House Chief of Staff John Kelly eschewed them after a medical procedure on his hand. "He said, it hurt, too," Sessions said.
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