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

Jeff Sessions

Jeff Sessions

Profession: Politician
Nationality: American

Some suggestions for you :

How many thousands of lives would be saved if we enforced our immigration laws, our guns laws, and our drug laws? Public safety is not being held hostage by the 'gun lobby,' but by the open borders lobby and the anti-law enforcement lobby.

My great-great-great-grandfather or something, I think his father came before him; but, in the 1840s, he was a circuit-riding Baptist preacher.

I enjoy repartee and frequently engage in devil's advocacy. In short, when I talk to friends, I do not guard every word that I say because I think that I know they know that my commitment to equality and justice is real, and they would not twist my words or misinterpret what I am saying to them.

I think we have a high responsibility to base any criticisms that we have on a fair and honest statement of the facts, and that nominees should not be subjected to distortions of their record, taking things they've done out of context.

I am not the Jeff Sessions my detractors have tried to create. I am not a racist. I am not insensitive to blacks.

I'm a big fan of the DEA.

The largest untapped constituency in American politics are the 300 million American citizens who have been completely left out of the immigration debate.

I certainly believe that improving our intelligence is of important national interest.

I have never used the word 'boy' to describe a black, nor would I tolerate it in my office.

All of us know that when the confidence of a private conversation is breached by a party with ulterior motives or one who simply misunderstands what the speaker says or means, the speaker can always be embarrassed.

You don't have a constitutional right or a moral right to demand entry into any country.

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.

I will not vote for - and no senator should vote for - anyone who will not render justice impartially.

If we want an international trade deal that advances the interests of our own people, then perhaps we don't need a 'fast-track' but a regular track: where the president sends us any proposal he deems worthy, and we review it on its own merits.