In an exclusive interview on "The First 100 Days," Attorney General Jeff Sessions laid out his plan to rid America of the violent MS-13 gang.

"We can do it," Sessions said of the infamous gang known for murders and prostitution that is active from the west coast to Brentwood, N.Y. on Long Island.


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Sessions said his department, in coordination with DHS, will attack MS-13's money laundering and violence "regularly and consistently."

"Our goal is to destroy this," he said.

Sessions said he believes that with the help of President Trump he will successfully crush the gang nationwide.

He said he instructed federal agents to prosecute people they find to be active in the gang.

Watch the full interview above.


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