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This Department of Justice will continue to vigorously defend the power and duty of the executive branch to protect the people of this country from danger.feedback
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May 26 2017 Supreme Court
Jeff Sessions has been quoted 288 times. The one recent article where Jeff Sessions has been quoted is Jeff Sessions's Agenda for the Civil-Rights Division. Most recently, Jeff Sessions was quoted as having said, “I deeply understand the history of civil rights and the horrendous impact that relentless and systemic discrimination and the denial of voting rights has had on our African-American brothers and sisters. I have witnessed it. I understand the demands for justice and fairness made by the L.G.B.T. community. I understand the lifelong scars born by women who are victims of assault and abuse.”.
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I had no idea this job was going to be this hard.feedback

We are going to step up our effort and already are stepping up our efforts on all leaks. This is a matter that's gone beyond anything I'm aware of. We have professionals that have been in the security business of the United States for many years that are shocked by the number of leaks and some of them are quite serious.feedback

Today's sentencing reflects the importance of holding individuals accountable when they commit violent acts against transgender individuals. The Justice Department will continue its efforts to vindicate the rights of those individuals who are affected by bias motivated crimes.feedback

So we are returning to the enforcement of the law as passed by Congress – plain and simple.feedback

We are going to step up our effort, and already are stepping up our efforts on all leaks. This is a matter that's gone beyond anything I'm aware of. We have professionals that have been in the security business of the United States for many years that are shocked by the number of leaks, and some of them are quite serious.feedback

So yes, it is a priority. We've already begun to step up our efforts and whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail.feedback

I have grave concerns that some provisions of this decree will reduce the lawful powers of the police department and result in a less safe city. Make no mistake, Baltimore is facing a violent crime crisis.feedback

Criminal enforcement is crucial to stopping the violent transnational cartels that smuggle drugs across our borders, and the thugs and gangs who bring this poison into our communities.feedback

We will do all that we can to keep you safe and to promote public support for honorable officers in your dangerous work.feedback

Under President Trump, this Department of Justice will have your back.feedback

The director of the FBI must be someone who follows faithfully the rules and principles of the Department of Justice and who sets the right example for our law enforcement officials and others in the Department. Therefore, I must recommend that you remove James B Comey, Jr, and identify an experienced and qualified individual to lead the great men and women of the FBI.feedback

For those that continue to seek improper and illegal entry into this country, be forewarned. This is a new era. This is the Trump era.feedback

This is a key part of President Trump's promise to keep America safe. We know that drugs and crime go hand in hand. Drug trafficking is an inherently violent business.feedback

These are drug dealers. We are returning to the enforcement of the law as passed by Congress – plain and simple.feedback

This is a key part of President Trump's promise to keep America safe.feedback

This policy affirms our responsibility to enforce the law, is moral and just, and produces consistency. I trust our prosecutors in the field to make good judgments. They deserve to be unhandcuffed and not micro-managed from Washington. Rather, they must be permitted to apply the law to the facts of each investigation.feedback

It ensures that the Department enforces the law fairly and consistently, advances public safety and promotes respect for our legal system.feedback

It is a core principle that prosecutors should charge and pursue the most serious, readily provable offense. This policy fully utilizes the tools Congress has given us. By definition, the most serious offenses are those that carry the most substantial guidelines sentence, including mandatory-minimum sentences.feedback

My fear is that this surge in violent crime is not a 'blip,' but the start of a dangerous new trend. I worry that we risk losing the hard-won gains that have made America a safer and more prosperous place.feedback

Based on my evaluation, and for the reasons expressed by the Deputy Attorney General in the attached memorandum, I have concluded that a fresh start is needed at the leadership of the FBI.feedback

This policy affirms our responsibility to enforce the law, is moral and just, and produces consistency.feedback

The opioid and heroin epidemic is a contributor to the recent surge of violent crime in America. Drug trafficking is an inherently violent business. If you want to collect a drug debt, you can't, and don't, file a lawsuit in court. You collect it by the barrel of a gun.feedback

It is a core principle that prosecutors should charge and pursue the most serious, readily provable offense. There will be circumstances in which good judgment would lead a prosecutor to conclude that a strict application of the above charging policy is not warranted. Many violent crimes are driven by drug trafficking and drug trafficking organizations.feedback

March "I should not be involved in investigating a campaign I had a role in.feedback

We can turn the tide against drugs and addiction again in America just like we did previously. We have proven that education and telling people the truth about drugs and addiction will result in better choices. Drug use will fall. Lives will be saved. Less money will be going into cartels and the drug gangs, weakening them. Give me a break. You know, this is the kind of argument that has been made out there. Almost a desperate attempt to defend the harmlessness of marijuana. ... I doubt that's true. Maybe science will prove I'm wrong. My best view is we don't need to be legalizing marijuana.feedback

Comey "had an absolute duty . . . to come forward with the new information.feedback

He had an absolute duty, in my opinion, 11 days or not, to come forward with the new information that he has and let the American people know that.feedback

My vision of a smart way to do this is, let's take that arrest, lets hammer that criminal who's distributing drugs that have been imported in our country.feedback

The Department of Justice agrees with the need to rebuild public confidence in law enforcement through common-sense reforms, such as de-escalation training, and we will punish any police conduct that violates civil rights. But such reforms must promote public safety and avoid harmful federal intrusion in the daily work of local police.feedback

The division's career staff must not be politicized by the incoming Justice Department political appointe . . . and must be free to pursue the division's mission without inappropriate political interference.feedback

I should have slowed down and said, But I did meet one Russian official a couple of times.feedback

Judges just don't get to say, Well, you said in the campaign nine months ago, so I don't like this order,' . So, the question is: Is the order itself improper, does it in any way improperly discriminate or does it advance the safety of America?feedback

We want all jurisdictions to enthusiastically support the laws of the United States that require the removal of criminal aliens, as many jurisdictions already do.feedback

The attorney general has warned that jurisdictions that do not comply with Section 1373 would suffer 'withholding grants, termination of grants, and disbarment or ineligibility for future grants,' and the 'claw back' of any funds previously awarded.feedback

Nobody has a sense of humor anymore. I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the president of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and constitutional power.feedback

Many of these are involved in criminal enterprises, hauling drugs and that kind of thing. We need to end that. And then we've got to wrestle with what to do about people who have been here a long time.feedback

For four decades, New York has been a fabulous city for law enforcement. They have developed some of the best techniques ever. They're so far ahead of many other cities.feedback

They have proven community-based policing, broken-windows policing, to make cities safer, saved lives, and other cities need to be studying what they've done.feedback

There's no doubt the president has sympathy for young people who were brought here at early ages.feedback

He'll make those decisions. I'm not engaged in the budget negotiations.feedback

The Department of Justice is absolutely committed to race neutral and fair application of the law in every circumstance. But we have lawful systems of immigration and shouldn't that be enforced? Is that racist to say so? Is it wrong to say that if somebody enters our country unlawfully and they get caught next week in Los Angeles that that somehow is an abusive thing to apprehend them and deport them?feedback

Today's charges into these violent threats to Jewish Community Centers and others represent this Department's commitment to fighting all forms of violent crime. These threats of violence instilled terror in Jewish and other communities across this country and our investigation into these acts as possible hate crimes continues.feedback

I really am amazed that a judge sitting on an island in the Pacific can issue an order that stops the president of the United States from what appears to be clearly his statutory and Constitutional power.feedback

We've already begun to step up our efforts and whenever a case can be made, we will seek to put some people in jail.feedback

This is a new era. This is the Trump era. The lawlessness, the abdication of the duty to enforce our immigration laws, and the catch-and-release practices of old are over.feedback

We cannot allow this to continue. We will secure our border, expand immigration enforcement, and choke-off supply lines. If you are a gang member: We will find you.feedback

These organizations enrich themselves by pedaling poison in our communities, trafficking children for sexual exploitation and inflicting horrific violence in the communities where they operate.feedback

When they nominated me for attorney general, you would have thought the biggest issue in America was when I said, I don't think America's going to be a better place if they sell marijuana at every corner grocery store.feedback

I'm an admirer of Steve Bannon and the Trump family and they've supportive of what we're doing. I've not felt any pushback against me or on anything I've done or advocated.feedback

It is here, on this sliver of land, where we first take our stand against this filth.feedback

This is a new era. This is the Trump era. The lawlessness, the abdication of the duty to enforce our immigration laws, and the catch and release practices of old are over. The barrier, the wall, will have a great and positive impact and will continue our ability to follow through on a commitment to end the lawlessness.feedback

That speech was great, and Trump has always been this way. He bought an ad – people say he wasn't a conservative – but he bought an ad 20 years ago in the New York Times calling for the death penalty. How many people in New York, that liberal bastion, were willing to do something like that?feedback

As you know too well, this is a booming business down here. No more. We are going to shut down and jail those who have been profiting off this lawlessness – people smuggling gang members across the border, helping convicted criminals reenter this country, and preying on those who don't know how dangerous the journey can be.feedback

Violent crime and murders have increased across the country at almost alarming rates in some areas. Drug use and overdoses are occurring and dramatically increasing.feedback

Psychologically, politically, morally, we need to say – as Nancy Reagan said – 'Just say no.feedback

Our nation needs to say clearly once again that using drugs is bad. It will destroy your life.feedback

The decree was negotiated during a rushed process by the previous administration and signed only days before they left office. While the Department of Justice continues to fully support police reform in Baltimore, I have grave concerns that some provisions of this decree will reduce the lawful powers of the police department and result in a less safe city.feedback

It is not the responsibility of the federal government to manage non-federal law enforcement agencies.feedback

We owe it to the American people to ensure that illegal aliens who have been convicted of crimes and are serving time in our federal prisons are expeditiously removed from our country as the law requires. People who come here unlawfully, who commit crimes, are going to be out of here. The law says that they have to be deported and we're going to insist that that happens.feedback

We believe grants in the future could be issued that have additional requirements.feedback

I think the last poll I saw on this issue, on sanctuary cities, was somewhere in the 80 percent that American people don't support sanctuary cities, they don't want their tax dollars used to finance people who are in this country illegally.feedback

I strongly urge our nation's states and cities and counties to consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to enforce our immigration laws and to rethink these policies.feedback

Well, you know, Maryland is talking about a state law, to make the state a sanctuary state. The governor is opposed to that, I'm glad to hear. That would be such a mistake. I would plead with the people of Maryland to understand that this makes the state of Maryland more at risk for violence and crime, that it's not good policy.feedback

Failure to deport aliens who are convicted of criminal offenses puts whole communities at risk, especially immigrant communities in the very sanctuary jurisdictions that seek to protect the perpetrators. I strongly urge our nation's states and cities and counties to consider carefully the harm they are doing to their citizens by refusing to enforce our immigration laws and to rethink these policies.feedback

Medical marijuana has been hyped, maybe too much.feedback

Do you have any knowledge, direct or indirect, whether Mr. Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen, or any member of his family, traveled out of the country to meet with Russians during the campaign? Do you have knowledge of whether Mr. Cohen, or any Trump associate, directly or through shell companies, made payments either to hackers or to internet companies that ran a botnet of fake accounts and websites on behalf of Russia? To your knowledge, did any person illegally inform the president that there was a wiretap at Trump Tower?feedback

Describe any communications, not merely meetings, you had with Russian citizens during the campaign. Did you ever discuss a shift in policy on Ukraine to be exchanged for the lifting of sanctions? Describe in full the content of your conversations with Mr. Kislyak. Were you aware that the Russian ambassador was also alleged to be a recruiter of spies. Did you select Mr. Page as a foreign policy adviser for the Trump campaign? If not, who did? Why did you consider him suitable to serve on your team.feedback

Did you know Mr. Flynn was lying to Vice President Mike Pence about his calls to Russia? Did you know Mr. Flynn misled Vice President Pence on the matter of his son's security clearance.feedback

Was the president's tweet about a wiretap at Trump Tower, to your knowledge, illegal? If so, to whom have you reported this offense.feedback

To your knowledge, did you break the law during the campaign? If so, how? To your knowledge, did anyone else related to the Trump campaign break the law during the campaign. Did you have any knowledge during the campaign of serving F.B.I. agents and police officers whom Rudy Giuliani, Erik Prince and Mr. Flynn claimed were leaking information to them? Did you advise anybody involved that this was against the law? If not, why not.feedback

Many of you who are law enforcement leaders have also told us that in this age of viral videos and targeted killings of police, something has changed in policing. Some law enforcement personnel are more reluctant to get out of their squad cars and do the proactive, up-close police work that builds trust and prevents violent crime. In some cities, arrests have fallen even as murder rates have surged.feedback

Unfortunately, in recent years law enforcement as a whole has been unfairly maligned and blamed for the unacceptable deeds of a few bad actors. Too many of our officers, deputies, and troopers believed the political leadership of this country abandoned them. Amid this intense public scrutiny and criticism, their morale has gone down, while the number of police officers killed in the line of duty has gone up.feedback

I realize this may be an unfashionable belief in a time of growing tolerance of drug use. But too many lives are at stake to worry about being fashionable. I reject the idea that America will be a better place if marijuana is sold in every corner store. And I am astonished to hear people suggest that we can solve our heroin crisis by legalizing marijuana – so people can trade one life-wrecking dependency for another that's only slightly less awful. Our nation needs to say clearly once again that using drugs will destroy your life.feedback

I will promote that nationwide. When I met in my communities, the people in those communities pleaded with us to have more police and do a better job of getting thugs off the street. I still go through there 30 years later and see the progress that was made.feedback

Preventing and responding to terrorism at home encompasses thousands of national security personnel across the federal government – in effect, we admit individuals at risk for terrorism and then try to identify and stop them from carrying out their terrorist activities. This places unacceptable stress on our law enforcement resources, which could be better spent on other efforts to weaken those terrorist organizations, protect the homeland, and safeguard our national security.feedback

At present, more than 300 persons who came to the United States as refugees are under FBI investigation for potential terrorism-related activities.feedback

I've heard people say we could solve our heroin problem with marijuana. How stupid is that? Give me a break!feedback

The people in those communities were pleading with us to. . .get the thugs off the street. We didn't talk about the campaign.feedback

Marijuana is against federal law, and that applies in states where they may have repealed their own anti-marijuana laws. So yes, we will enforce law in an appropriate way nationwide. It's not possible for the federal government, of course, to take over everything the local police used to do in a state that's legalized it. And I'm not in favor of legalization of marijuana. I think it's a more dangerous drug than a lot of people realize.feedback

My depression and angst was at an all-time high in my 20s. I was truly alone: no family, no church.feedback

The fact is, the religion issue is kind of a scapegoat. It's easier for me to talk about that than about the real substance of the matter.feedback

People who come here unlawfully and commit crimes, they are going to be out of here. The law says they have to be deported.feedback

In general, I don't think we're better off bringing these people to federal court in New York and trying them in federal court, where they get discovery rights to find out our intelligence and get court-appointed lawyers and things of that nature.feedback

It's just a very fine place for holding these kinds of dangerous criminals. They are like prisoners of war, and prisoners of war can be held throughout the time of the conflict. At the same time, if they have violated the rules of war, they can be prosecuted. And we've got to work our way through this. It would be done, if done, by the United States military.feedback

We would have to consider whether or not some outside special counsel is needed.feedback

He "[does] not recall any discussions with the Russian Ambassador, or any other representative of the Russian government, regarding the political campaign on these occasions or any other occasion.feedback

There's plenty of space. We are well equipped for it. It's a perfect place for it. Eventually, this will be decided by the military rather than the Justice Department. But I see no legal problem whatsoever with doing that.feedback

Turning back our nation's recent rise in violent crime is a top priority for the Department of Justice and it requires decisive action from our federal prosecutors. I'm urging each of them to continue working closely with their counterparts at all levels, and to use every tool we have to put violent offenders behind bars and keep our citizens safe.feedback

I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign, and I did not have communications with the Russians.feedback

I answered the question, which asked about a 'continuing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump's surrogates and intermediaries for the Russian government,' honestly. I did not mention communications I had had with the Russian Ambassador over the years because the question did not ask about them.feedback

I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign and I didn't have – did not have communications with the Russians, and I'm unable to comment on it.feedback

ZTE Corporation not only violated export controls that keep sensitive American technology out of the hands of hostile regimes like Iran's, they lied ... about their illegal acts.feedback

ZTE Corporation not only violated export controls that keep sensitive American technology out of the hands of hostile regimes like Iran's – they lied to federal investigators and even deceived their own counsel and internal investigators about their illegal acts. This plea agreement holds them accountable, and makes clear that our government will use every tool we have to punish companies who would violate our laws, obstruct justice and jeopardize our national security.feedback

I did not mention communications I had had with the Russian Ambassador over the years because the question did not ask about them.feedback

My answer was correct. This should not be taken as any evidence of the existence of any such investigation or its scope.feedback

Suffice it to say that the scope of my recusal is consistent with the applicable regulations, which I have considered and to which I have adhered.feedback

We also know that people seeking to support or commit terrorist attacks here will try to enter through our refugee program. In fact, today more than 300 people who came here as refugees are under FBI investigation for potential terrorism-related activities.feedback

As a matter of federal policy – which can be adjusted at any time – millions of low-wage foreign workers are legally made available to substitute for higher-paid Americans.feedback

Three of these nations are state sponsors of terrorism. The other three have served as safe havens for terrorists – countries where the government has lost control of territory to terrorist groups like Isil or al-Qaeda and its affiliates.feedback

The memorandum changed long-standing policy and practice, and impaired the Bureau's ability to meet the future needs of the federal correctional system. Therefore, I direct the Bureau to return to its previous approach.feedback

He "did not have communications with the Russians. I think it was an honest answer. I thought I was responding exactly to that question. I don't have any idea, Tucker. You'd have to ask them.feedback

If something else comes up that's not related to the campaign, we would go through the same process – to see if I should not be involved in the case.feedback

In retrospect, I should have slowed down and said, But I did meet one Russian official a couple of times.feedback

That is not my intent. That is not correct.feedback

People are bringing forth evidence, and there are congressional committees that are investigating that, and I believe the truth will come out. It usually does.feedback

I do not believe that this pop in crime – this increase in crime – is necessarily an aberration, a one-time blip.feedback

It is crucial to our system of justice that we demand the truth. I fear that an acquittal of this president will weaken the legal system by providing an option for those who consider being less than truthful in court. Whereas the handling of the case against President Nixon clearly strengthened the nation's respect for law, justice and truth, the Clinton impeachment may unfortunately have the opposite result.feedback

I have not met with any Russians at any time to discuss any political campaign and those remarks are unbelievable to me and false and I don't have anything else to say about that.feedback

He was asked during the hearing about communications between Russia and the Trump campaign – not about meetings he took as a senator and a member of the Armed Services Committee.feedback

It is crucial to our system of justice that we demand the truth. I fear that an acquittal of this President will weaken the legal system by providing an option for those who consider being less than truthful in court. Several of the President-elect's nominees or senior advisers have Russian ties. Have you been in contact with anyone connected to any part of the Russian government about the 2016 election, either before or after election day?feedback

In America, the Supreme Court and the American people believe no one is above the law. The president has gotten himself into this fix that is very serious.feedback

The man wanted access to talk about something. This is very important to people, and they have an agenda. They wouldn't be asking for access for nothing.feedback

That's a total abandonment of her responsibility, of course. The FBI Director can make a recommendation to her, but she's the one that decides whether or not to bring a case before the grand jury. So I didn't like that. I didn't like the meeting that you mentioned on the airplane. It put Comey in a position that he had to make this announcement.feedback

This whole problem with Russia is really disastrous for America, for Russia and for the world.feedback

I think an argument can be made there is no reason for the U.S. and Russia to be at this loggerheads. Somehow, someway we ought to be able to break that logjam. Strategically it's not justified for either country. It may not work. Putin may not be able to be dealt with, but I don't condemn his instincts that we ought to attempt to do that.feedback

I never met with any Russian officials to discuss issues of the campaign. I have no idea what this allegation is about. It is false.feedback

When it comes to issues and messaging and policy, there isn't anybody else that I've known that would be as valuable to a presidential campaign as he. Maybe other than Karl Rove.feedback

I never met with any Russian officials to discuss issues of the campaign. I have no idea what this allegation is about. It is false. I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign, and I didn't have – did not have communications with the Russians, and I'm unable to comment on it.feedback

We need, so far as we can, to help police departments get better, not diminish their effectiveness. And I'm afraid we've done some of that.feedback

I have not read those reports, frankly. I've read summaries of them. And some of it was pretty anecdotal and not so scientifically based. You have 800,000 police in America. I imagine a city of 800,000 people, there's going to be some crime in it. Some people are going to make errors and do wrong things.feedback

I don't think America will be a better place when more people, especially young people, smoke pot.feedback

I would recuse myself from anything that I should recuse myself on. That's all I can tell you.feedback

We are a nation that is a diverse constituency, and we don't need these kind of activities.feedback

You can't sue somebody for a drug debt. The only way to get your money is through strong-arm tactics, and violence tends to follow that.feedback

Experts are telling me there's more violence around marijuana than one would think. I am definitely not a fan of expanded use of marijuana. But states, they can pass the laws they choose. I would just say, it does remain a violation of federal law to distribute marijuana throughout any place in the United States, whether a state legalizes it or not.feedback

The FBI and the Justice Department have to remain independent, and they will do so. But not every contact is improper.feedback

Congress, state legislatures and local governments are in a position to adopt appropriate policies or laws addressing this issue.feedback

There's a perception, not altogether unjustified, that the Civil Rights Division, goes beyond fair and balanced treatment.feedback

We have a crime problem….. This is a dangerous, permanent trend that places the health and safety of the American people at risk. We will deploy the talents and abilities of the Department of Justice in the most effective way possible to confront this rise in crime and to protect the people of this country.feedback

It's not so much the attorney general's job to decide what laws to enforce. We should do our job and enforce laws effectively as we are able.feedback

Denigrating people who disagree with us, I think, is not a healthy trend for our body.feedback

Mr. President, I am surprised that the words of Coretta Scott King are not suitable for debate in the United States Senate. I ask leave of the Senate to continue my remarks.feedback

You simply have to help the president do things that he might desire in a lawful way and have to be able to say no, both for the country, for the legal system and for the president, to avoid situations that are not acceptable.feedback

None. Neither I, nor any of my current staff, had such a role.feedback

But if the views the president wants to execute are unlawful, should the attorney general or the deputy attorney general say 'no?feedback

You have to watch out because people will be asking you to do things you just need to say 'no' about. Do you think the attorney general has the responsibility to say no to the president if he asks for something that's improper? A lot of people have defended the [Loretta] Lynch nomination, for example, by saying, Well [Obama] appoints somebody who's going to execute his views. What's wrong with that?feedback

The consent decree itself is not necessarily a bad thing.feedback

It is a difficult thing for a city to be sued by the Department of Justice and to be told that your police department is systematically failing to serve the people of the state or the city. So they often feel forced to agree to a consent decree just to remove that stigma. And sometimes there are difficulties there, so I just think we need to be careful and respectful of the parties.feedback

The "idea that Muslims as a religious group should be denied admission to the United States.feedback

I was accused in 1986 of failing to protect the voting rights of African-Americans […] and of condemning civil rights advocates and organizations and even harbouring, amazingly, sympathies for the KKK. These are damnably false charges. I abhor the Klan and what it represents and its hateful ideology.feedback

We need to be sure that when we criticize law officers, it is narrowly focused on the right basis for criticism. To smear whole departments places those officers at greater risk.feedback

It wasn't accurate then. I know we need to do better, we can never go back. I am totally committed to maintaining the freedom and equality that this country has to provide to every citizen, I can assure you. He "understands the history of civil rights and the horrendous impact that relentless and systemic discrimination and the denial of voting rights has had on our African-American brothers and sisters. I have witnessed it.feedback

Ll recuse myself from any Clinton-related investigations. I believe the proper thing to do would be to recuse myself from anything involving those investigations related to Secretary Clinton raised on the campaign trail.feedback

We must continue to move forward and never back. I understand the demands for justice and fairness made by our LGBT community. I will ensure that the statutes protecting their rights and their safety are fully enforced. I understand the lifelong scars born by women who are victims of assault and abuse.feedback

I do not support the idea that Muslims should be denied entry to the United States.feedback

The office of the Attorney General of the United States is not a political position, and anyone who holds it must have total fidelity to the laws and the Constitution of the United States.feedback

These trends cannot continue. It is a fundamental civil right to be safe in your home and your community.feedback

You know who I am. You know what I believe in. You know that I am a man of my word and can be trusted to do what I say I will do. You know that I revere our Constitution and am committed to the rule of law. And you know that I believe in fairness, impartiality, and equal justice under the law.feedback

I think we are at a point now where this 100-to-1 disparity that does fall heavier on the African-American community simply because that is where crack is most often used has got to be fixed.feedback

Under Donald Trump, this left-right business coalition thing is not going to work.feedback

I am glad we are no longer utilizing waterboarding. I hope we never have to do it again.feedback

Thousands of U.S. workers are being replaced by foreign labor.feedback

He's got to wrestle in his own heart, how does he communicate who he is, what he believes, the change he thinks he can bring to America, why what he's doing is fulfilling the desires of the American people.feedback

I have people come up to me all the time and say 'Why don't you, if you want to find out where those 30,000 emails are, why don't you ask the Russians?feedback

I am open to the details. I agree that, somehow, some way, we should be able to make this work.feedback

They can use bombs. They can use other thing to kill people in the United States, as we all know. We are not going to eliminate guns in America, so people will be able to get a gun if they choose, and they can shoot people.feedback

I've heard nothing but positive about this. People in the Senate say this is going to relieve a lot of people.feedback

We can and will unite all Republicans. Let's welcome back our Independents and our Reagan Democrats.feedback

It was obvious to me from Day One (that) this is a delicate issue legally and you gotta be really careful with it. We talked with the State Department. We made recommendations that got accepted. And then there was no more complaints, I understood, at the time.feedback

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