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Twitter Goes Volcanic On Jeff Sessions After His Hawaii Dig

Twitter is not being very pacific about Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ insulting dismissal of America’s 50th state. The nation’s top lawman expressed astonishment that a Hawaiian judge “on an island in the Pacific” could dare hold up President Donald Trump’s travel ban. Sessions was referring to a March 15 order by U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson that blocked parts of Trump’s second travel ban.
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