US Attorney General Jeff Sessions offers insight on free speech

From C-SPAN:

Jeff Sessions U.S. Attorney General

GEORGETOWN, Washington, D.C. — US Attorney General Jeff Sessions spoke Sept. 26 at Georgetown University’s law school about free speech on college campuses. He told students that freedom of speech on college campuses was “under attack.” The attorney general also answered questions from the students, including one about NFL players taking a knee in protest during the national anthem. Mr. Sessions said the president also had free speech rights and he went on to condemn the nature of the NFL players’ protest.

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