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Internet angrily reminds Jeff Sessions that Hawaii is, in fact, a state

Mashable Friday, 21 April 2017
They fly the American flag in Hawaii. You can pay for things there with U.S. currency. If you're American, don't need a passport to visit. 

That's because it's part of the United States of America — not that U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions seems to care. 

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Social Media Outraged over Sessions' Hawaii Comment 00:30

Attorney General Jeff Sessions referring to the country's 50th state of Hawaii as just "an island in the Pacific." Using the hashtag #IslandinthePacific, many on Twitter reminded Sessions that Hawaii is in fact part of the country, the birthplace of former President Barack Obama and home to Pearl...

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