After days of presidential put-downs,  Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ White House future has been in limbo. But if reports out today are true, he’s breathing a big sigh of relief.


The Associated Press says new White House Chief of Staff John Kelly called Sessions to reassure him that his job is safe. But even in those uncertain times, Sessions has plowed ahead with actions that would rollback affirmative action policies and gay rights and issued a warning to so-called sanctuary cities.


Is this just a correction from the last administration? Or is the Department of Justice turning back the clock?


Michael Curry, former president of the Boston NAACP and current chair of the national NAACP Advocacy and Policy Committee and Frank McNamara, a former U.S. attorney and current Trump supporter join Jim to discuss.