Jeff Sessions is probably seeking a little job security on the cover of Time. The article documents how — GULP — effective he's been at radically reforming the Department of Justice, stripping away protections and inequity-balancing in favor of deporting everyone and locking people up ...
But even with laudatory (if skewed) verbiage like this, from here:
Even if his tenure ends tomorrow, Sessions would leave a legacy that will affect millions of Americans. He has dramatically shifted the orientation of the Justice Department, pulling back from police oversight and civil rights enforcement and pushing a hard-line approach to drugs, gangs and immigration violations. He has cast aside his predecessors’ attempts to rectify inequities in the criminal-justice system in favor of a maximalist approach to prosecuting and jailing criminals. He has rescinded the Obama Administration’s Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program and reversed its stances on voting rights and transgender rights. “I am thrilled to be able to advance an agenda that I believe in,” he told a group of federal prosecutors in Lexington later that day. “I believed in it before I came here, and I’ll believe in it when I’m gone.”
... Trump probably still won't love that Sessions has a solo cover without his permission. He hated it when Bannon had one — and where's he?