(The Washington Post)
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Sessions: 'The asylum system is being abused'
Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed immigration judges on June 11, and said that "illegitimate" asylum claims have "buried" legitimate ones. "I will be issuing a decision that restores sound principles of asylum and longstanding principles of immigration law," he said.
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