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Jeff Sessions Announces He Will Run for His Old Alabama Senate Seat

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Jeff Sessions Announces He Will Run for His Old Alabama Senate Seat

Jeff Sessions Announces He Will Run for His Old Alabama Senate Seat

Jeff Sessions Announces He Will Run for His Old Alabama Senate Seat On November 7th, Sessions announced a Senate campaign with a video posted to his website.

In the video, he addressed his tempestuous relationship with President Donald Trump.

Sessions said it would be "dishonorable" to speak out against the president, adding Trump has his "strong support." The former Alabama senator will run against Democratic incumbent Doug Jones.

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