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Trump noncommittal on backing Sessions for Senate

Seattle Times Friday, 8 November 2019
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump isn’t committing to supporting his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions, or any other candidate, in the Alabama Senate seat. He did say he won’t campaign against Sessions. Sessions spent more than a decade representing Alabama in the Senate before stepping down to serve as Trump’s attorney general. He was […]
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News video: Sessions plans to run for his former Senate seat

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The former attorney general Jeff Sessions plans to announce his run on Thursday for his former U.S. Senate seat in Alabama. Ryan Brooks reports.

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