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Joe Scarborough Shocked by Jeff Sessions’ ‘Humiliating’ Senate Campaign Spot: ‘Hostage Tape’

Mediaite Friday, 8 November 2019 ()
[jwvideo ID=IMRzzfGK} Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced on Thursday his plan to run again for U.S. Senate to represent the state of Alabama he long represented in the same position before joining, then getting unceremoniously fired by, the Trump administration. Morning Joe memorialized this moment by first airing Sessions’ campaign announcement video which, quite literally, […]
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Former Attorney General Jeff Sessions will run for his old Senate seat in Alabama. According to Politico, there are several Republicans running against Democratic Sen. Doug Jones. Jones came into office in a special election in 2017 to fill the remainder of Sessions’ term. Sessions only left his...

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