Attorney General Promises to “Battle” Sanctuary City Leaders “Every Step of the Way”

Fox News’ Judge Jeanine Pirro recently sat down with Attorney General Jeff Sessions to talk about all things “Justice.” Sessions appeared on Saturday night’s episode of Justice with Judge Jeanine Pirro to talk about illegal immigration, sanctuary cities, and the problems in Baltimore’s justice system.

I sat down with the Attorney General of the United States, Jeff Sessions inside the Department of Justice – for a primetime exclusive. Part 1 is all about immigration, sanctuary cities, and the Attorney General’s recent trip to the border. 

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Check out part 2 of my primetime exclusive interview with Attorney General Jeff Sessions. I wanted to ask him about the consent decree instituting sweeping reforms in the Baltimore Police Department.

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The Attorney General and the Judge spoke a lot about returning to the rule of law and about punishing lawbreakers and keeping law abiding citizens safe, but the part of the interview that is going to win the interest of most Americans is when AG Sessions commented on “sanctuary cities.” During the interview, Sessions promised the American people that he, the Department of Justice, and the Trump administration would fight back against the scofflaw leaders of liberal “sanctuary cities.” “We’re going to put pressure on these cities,” Sessions said. “We’re going to battle them every step of the way.” 🇺🇸

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