Sessions was among Trump's earliest and most vocal supporters during his campaign for president, endorsing him publicly in February of 2016, and was widely regarded as a close ally of the president going into his role as attorney general.
Gen. Inch has served as a military policeman for almost a quarter of a century and most recently was the head of Army Corrections, which Sessions says makes him "uniquely qualified" to oversee the division that handles all inmates accused of violating or have violated federal law. The cities have until August 18 to respond to the requests.
Seven up! Dressel matches Phelps' record world championship medal haul
Dressel has emerged as the breakout performer of the championships, with a bit of help from the relatively new mixed relays. As with all his previous medals, Schooling will hand over this one to his parents to store in his father's office cabinet.
The White House said Monday that Trump has "100 percent" confidence in his Cabinet, including Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
President Trump's criticism of his own attorney general is undignified, but Sessions' dignity is to be admired.
One dead after knife attack at German supermarket
German police say one person has died after a man with a knife attacked several people at a supermarket in Hamburg . Early reports described his weapon as a "machete", but German police said it was likely a kitchen knife.
Sessions and Kelly have also been allies and traveled together to the Mexican border in April to highlight immigration plans when the chief of staff was in his former post as head of homeland security.
Instead, the White House has recently embraced some of Sessions' directives.
Chelsea dealt blow as Inter Milan manager refuses Antonio Candreva sale
Inter sub Joao Mario should have made it 3-0 from Perisic's unselfish pass, but his low effort was saved by the boot of Courtois. With the game going a bit flat, the English champions grew into their own.
While the notice doesn't come right out and say which races and ethnicities are considered by the Trump administration as "at risk" for discrimination, the reported implication was that Jeff Sessions' DOJ could go after affirmative action policies. Meanwhile Scaramucci, who abruptly left his job after 10 days this week, told a reporter at a briefing that there was a high level of "tension" between Trump and Sessions, and that Trump "probably" wanted Sessions gone. The proposal is unlikely to become law since it is opposed by several Republican senators, yet it is popular among much of the president's base.