New U.S. attorney General appealed for an end to immigration “lawlessness”

New U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions has called for an end to the problem of illegal migration. About it sessions stated the oath at a ceremony at the White house, reports “Russian Service of BBC”.

“We must end the lawlessness that threatens public safety and wastes the earnings of American workers,” said sessions.

Sessions added that the United States needs a legal immigration system, under the legal system, said sessions, he understands that serves the interests of the people of the United States.

“It’s not wrong, it’s not immoral, it is not a shame,” added the new attorney General.

As reported, on January 9, the U.S. Senate approved the candidacy of Jeff Seshns the post new attorney General. And Roman sessions for the appointment to the post of attorney General voted 52 Senator, against – 47.

Sessions, now a former Senator from Alabama, one of the first to support the candidacy of trump in the presidential election and became one of the main advisers to Donald trump in the fight against illegal migration.
He repeatedly declared its tough stance against illegal immigration, and before he even had to deny their sympathy for the Ku Klux Klan.

In early January, in an address to the legal Committee of the US Senate, sessions said that the accusations that he supported the Ku Klux Klan, are false. According to him, he abhors as the most far-right organization, and the underlying idea of the superiority of the white race.