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DCCC Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee : Republican Pete Sessions HAS YET to Comment on Deported DREAMer

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04/21/2017 | 06:58pm CEST

With 2 days since the USA Today broke the story about the first DACA protected DREAMer to be deported, Republican Representative Pete Sessions has yet to fight back against this grave moral failure. This week, Attorney General Sessions said that he couldn't 'promise ' that DREAMers would not be targeted.

'This week we found out that no one is safe from President Trump's cruel mass deportation force, and despite the countless stories of families being torn apart, Representative Pete Sessions has shown complicity with his silence,' said Javier Gamboa of the DCCC. 'How many more deported DREAMers will it take for Sessions to finally stand up to Trump's abhorrent actions with more than empty rhetoric?'

Because of DACA, over 728,000 hardworking and law abiding DREAMers have been able to continue contributing to the only country they've known as home.

DCCC - Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee published this content on 21 April 2017 and is solely responsible for the information contained herein.
Distributed by Public, unedited and unaltered, on 21 April 2017 16:58:19 UTC.

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