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(The Washington Post)
Sessions: ‘Protecting free speech does not mean condoning violence like’ in Charlottesville
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Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Sept. 26 at Georgetown University Law Center that “protecting free speech does not mean condoning violence like we saw recently in Charlottesville.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Sept. 26 at Georgetown University Law Center that “protecting free speech does not mean condoning violence like we saw recently in Charlottesville.”
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