Senate U.S. approves the appointment of Jeff Sessions as minister of Justice good
The U.s. senate on Wednesday (local time) the appointment of Jeff Sessions as minster of Justice approved.
Jefferson ‘Jeff’ Sessions (69) got the support of 52 senators. Total voted 47 – mainly Democratic – senators against.
Sessions was in February of 2016, the first sitting Republican senator to openly support expressed for Trump as a presidential candidate and was later named as one of the possible candidates for the vice-presidency. Sessions since 1996 senator on behalf of Alabama.
Sessions is considered as a very conservative politician when it comes to immigration. He is of the opinion that immigration is one of the biggest causes of unemployment in the US.
The politician came in the eighties in speech when he was nominated to judge at the Federal court of appeal. He would then have said to the Ku Klux Klan “okay” to find “until I found out that they are weed smoke”. He said that the comment as a joke was intended and offered later apologized.