The United States Senate on Wednesday finally confirmed Jeff Sessions as the next Attorney General of the Federation following a long debated session between Democratic and Republican senators that ended 52-47 in favor of Jeff.
Jeff Sessions, a Trump loyalist and one of Trump’s earliest supporters in the Senate, said he would resign from his senate office 11:59 p.m. Wednesday as the White House is scheduled to swear him in Thursday morning.
“It was a special night,” Sessions told reporters on Capitol Hill after his confirmation. “I appreciate the friendship from my colleagues — even those who, many of them who didn’t feel able to vote for me. They were cordial, and so we continue to have good relations and will continue to do the best I can.”