In an interview that aired Thursday with Fox News Channel’s Tucker Carlson, Attorney General Jeff Sessions addressed how the government could prevent the flow of MS-13 gang members into the United States. Sessions argued for better border enforcement measures but explained there were forces domestically wanting to prevent that. Partial transcript as follows: CARLSON: Mr. Attorney General, how can the United States prevent MS-13 gang members from going north into the U.S.? JEFF SESSIONS, U.S. ATTORNEY GENERAL: Well, we need the wall. We need better enforcement at the border. And we need to be able to deport people rapidly who enter the country illegally. And we have to end this policy of taking unaccompanied minors. Some of which include MS-13 members and turning them over to the Department of Health and Human Services and then they take them to their destination city. So, they say what city they want to go to, whether it’s Islip, New York or Houston or Los Angeles and we take them there. And turn them over to sometimes the gang members, sometimes relatives who have very little control over these young people and they begin — they are drawn into the gang. So, this is a very

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