While there was an outpouring of criticism from liberal groups, those troubled by Sen. Jeff Session’s nomination as attorney general have no obvious way to block his nomination. | AP Photo Donald Trump’s decision to nominate Sen. Jeff Sessions as attorney general is being met with alarm at the Justice Department’s civil rights division and could trigger an exodus there, former officials said Friday. Longtime lawyers in the unit that enforces voting rights laws and conducts investigations into alleged police abuses and hate crimes were already on edge about what Trump’s victory would mean for their mission, but the selection of Sessions pushed those fears to another level, former officials said.
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