The President of the United States will be traveling to Long Island, New York, on Friday afternoon where he will meet with law enforcement officials to discuss measures his administration is taking to help crack down on the MS-13 gang epidemic.
Ironically, the person leading the charge against the violent gang is the very man he has been criticizing publicly on a daily basis.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions visited Long Island last month to tell residents and law enforcement he would see to it that MS-13 members would be prosecuted, jailed and deported if applicable.
President Trump has recently been publishing daily tweets filled with harsh criticism of Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia investigation. Meanwhile, Sessions explained to Fox News on Thursday night that he was following the advice of Department of Justice (DOJ) ethics officials who said he would be in violation of the law if he went forward in the investigation. The conflict tied back to Sessions’ meeting with a Russian official during the Trump campaign in 2016.