Washington: US President-elect Donald Trump has offered the job of US Attorney General to Republican Senator Jeff Sessions, a man once rejected as a federal judge for alleged racism, the media reported on Friday.
Sean Spicer, the Republican National Committee spokesman, who is involved in the Trump presidential transition, would not confirm the reports on CNN.
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“Until Donald Trump says it, it’s not official,” he said.
But the choice of Sessions, 69, who is currently a senator from Alabama, would come as little surprise, the Independent reported.