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Sessions: I’ll ‘Continue Every Single Day to Serve the National Interest’

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions held a press conference announcing the dismantling of the largest dark website in the world. In response to President Donald J. Trump’s comments during an interview with The New York Times, Mr. Sessions said he plans to stay on as Attorney General.

“We in this Department of Justice will continue every single day to work hard to serve the national interest, and we wholeheartedly join in the priorities of President Trump,” Attorney General Sessions said. “He gave us several directives are serving right now. One is to dismantle Internet transnational criminal organizations. That is what we’re announcing today — the dismantling of the largest dark website in the world, by far.”

President Trump said he would not have appointed Mr. Sessions if he had known beforehand he would buckle and recuse himself from an investigation that began with no evidence. When Mr. Sessions stepped aside from the Russia investigation, he allowed fired FBI Director James Comey to conspire to get his friend and mentor Robert Mueller appointed Special Counsel.

I congratulate our people for that. I have the honor of serving as attorney general. It’s something that goes beyond any thought I would have ever had for myself. We love this job. We love this department, and I plan to continue to do so as long as that is appropriate.”

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