INDIANAPOLIS (AP) -
Indiana Sen. Joe Donnelly says he will vote against Jeff Sessions, President
Donald Trumpís nominee for attorney general.
Donnelly, the lone
Democrat elected statewide, says he is concerned about Sessionsí commitment
to civil rights. Sessions was rejected by the Senate for a federal judgeship
in 1986 amid similar concerns.
worries the Republican Alabama senator will support Trump efforts to stop
refugees and visa-holders from entering the U.S.
Donnelly walks a
delicate line as a Democrat in a red state and has previously broken rank
with party leaders in Washington.
He voted to confirm
Trumpís U.N. ambassador, transportation secretary, CIA director and
secretary of defense.
He opposed Rex
Tillerson for secretary of state and plans to vote against Betsy DeVos for