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Sen Al Franken Battles Jeff Sessions AG Confirmation Hearing: You Don't Sound You Handled the Case

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Description: [FULL] Franken Suggests Donald Trump AG Pick Sessions Overstated Number of Civil Rights Cases He Worked OnAl Franken, a Democrat from Minnesota, and Mr. Sessions tangle over the questionnaire that the attorney general nominee submitted to the committee as part of the confirmation process. At issue were a number of civil rights cases that Mr. Sessions said he worked on in Alabama. Mr. Franken suggests he exaggerated the number by claiming personal involvement in cases on which he merely had his name on court documents. Mr. Sessions denies that.
Duration: 12 minutes and 39 seconds
Rating: 8/10 - Good
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Published: January 10, 2017
Author: LiveStreamTVNews

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