Sessions approved by the attorney General of the United States

Jeff Sessions

Jeff sessions appointed to the office of the attorney General of the United States, reports Reuters.

The decision adopted by the Senate of the Congress. Proposed by the President for Donald trump’s candidacy voted 52 Senator, against — 47.

Sessions, to date, the Republican Senator representing the state of Alabama, known for its tough stance on immigration enforcement.

30 years ago the Senate rejected the nomination and Roman sessions for the post of a Federal judge after he was accused of racism. In particular, it was found that he called one of the black officials “nigger”, and another explained that he needs to be careful when talking to white.

In 2016, sessions criticized the movement “black Lives matter”, calling it radical and accused of inciting violence in US cities. His appointment has already sparked numerous protests by civil society activists and lawyers.