New U.S. attorney General appealed for an end to immigration “lawlessness”

New U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions has called for an end to the problem of illegal migration.

He stated, giving the oath at a ceremony at the White house, informs BBC.

“We must end the lawlessness that threatens public safety and wastes work in American workers,” said sessions.

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Sessions added that the United States needs a legal immigration system that will serve the interests of the people. “This is wrong, it’s not immoral, it is not a shame,” added the new attorney General.

We will remind that on 9 January the U.S. Senate approved the candidacy of Jeff and Roman sessions as the new attorney General. His appointment voted 52 Senator, against – 47.

We will remind that earlier the temporary head of the justice Department and U.S. attorney General Sally Yates, who was appointed to lead the office during the previous administration of Barack Obama, dismissed the decision of the new President of Donald trump.

As stated by the White house, Yates “gave the Ministry of justice by refusing to enforce a legal order aimed at protecting the citizens of the United States.”