Donald Trump's attorney general said Tuesday the Justice Department will limit its use of a tactic employed aggressively under President Obama — suing police departments for violating the civil rights of minorities. "We need, so far as we can, to help police departments get better, not diminish their effectiveness. And I'm afraid we've done some of that," said Attorney General Jeff Sessions. "So we're going to try to pull back on this," he told a meeting of the nation's state attorneys general in Washington. Now that America has a Justice Department under the Trump administration that has the back of Americas brothers and sisters in blue...Finally police officers across America don't have to worry about triggering a social justice debacle and can now do their job. Mostly in Obama's last year as President, the American police officer has had to worry about things like the media or political agendas in case they were placed in a kill or be killed situation...Like the Mike Brown case for example that was turned into political hysteria and turned into violent protests across the nation which the Obama administration and media agitated. Now that the Justice Department is allowing police departments across America to go back to doing their jobs without reprocussions of media and political hysteria, now police officers in America don't have to worry about doing their jobs. Since the Trump administration won't pursue a war on police agenda like in the Obama administration, now we can get back to cleaning up violent cities across America...Since police will now be allowed to do their job without that fear of political hysteria. This announcement from the Trump DOJ officially declares an end to the Obama administration's war on police across America.