DescriptionSessions vows to press legal fight on sanctuary citiesCheck The Source Here:https://goo.gl/ToLktCPatriotT-Shrits: http://goo.gl/XgtvW8 Donate Here: https://goo.gl/IIMAA5 Attorney General Jeff Sessions is promising to keep up the legal battle to carry out President Donald Trump's executive order targeting so-called sanctuary cities, but the top lawman is stopping short of echoing Trump's pledge to take the issue to the Supreme Court.In a statement Wednesday night, Sessions did not indicate whether the administration plans to appeal a district court judge's order Tuesday barring federal officials from using Trump's order to withdraw a broad array of federal funding from localities that decline to cooperate with enforcement of immigration laws."Actions that have always been understood to be squarely within the powers of the President, regardless of the administration, have now been enjoined," Sessions said. "The Department of Justice cannot accept such a result, and as the President has made clear, we will continue to litigate this case to vindicate the rule of law."A department spokesman declined to elaborate on Sessions' statement. Read the entire story in Source, link in description.