Sessions Defends “Extreme Vetting” & Travel Ban in Wake of NYC Attack

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In the wake of this week’s deadly terrorist attack in New York City, Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Thursday defended the Trump administration’s so-called “extreme vetting” measures and rebuked technology companies for failing to quickly provide law enforcement with encrypted information to assist terrorism investigations.

He also defended the U.S. legal system, a day after President Donald Trump called it a “joke” and a “laughing stock.”

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