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Moulton Calls on Attorney General Sessions to Resign

March 2nd, 2017

Moulton: “Americans deserve an Attorney General who tells the truth.”

Washington, D.C. – Today, Congressman Seth Moulton (D-MA) released the following statement calling on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign in light of reports that Sessions spoke with the Russian ambassador last year and did not disclose this information during his confirmation hearings while he was under oath.

“How can we trust Jeff Sessions to serve as our nation’s chief law enforcement officer if he can’t be trusted to tell the truth under oath? The Attorney General should resign immediately. This is not a partisan issue. Americans deserve an Attorney General who tells the truth, period.”

To learn more about Congressman Seth Moulton visit https://moulton.house.gov or connect with him on FacebookTwitterInstagram, or Medium.

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