VIDEO: Sessions receives round of applause in DOJ departure
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Outgoing Attorney General Jeff Sessions received applause from members of the Justice Department while leaving the building on Wednesday evening.
Sessions was shown shaking hands with his chief of staff Matthew Whitaker, who is slated to replace him as acting attorney general, in his publicized exit.
The article goes on to state the following:
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and other top Justice Department officials were also on hand to salute the departing attorney general.
Attorney General Sessions says farewell to the Department of Justice. pic.twitter.com/DVwCr4hH5K
— Justice Department (@TheJusticeDept) November 7, 2018
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Below is the full resignation letter from Sessions, in which he thanked President Trump for the honor of serving as Attorney General:
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