"I quit because I didn't want to perpetuate misleading facts," James Schwab said.
Trump and Sessions have had a strained relationship for some time.
The comments follow an announcement that the Trump administration is suing the state of California.
Lawmakers from the state said the attorney general is further dividing America.
The president is unlikely to change how he feels about the attorney general's decision last year to step away from the Russia investigation.
The papers features Jeff Session's face with a joint drawn into his mouth to send a message: “We’re not criminals, junkies or idiots.”
Trump and Sessions have taken shots at one another this week.
Attorney General Sessions is now defending himself publicly in his ongoing feud with the president.
Trump later deleted his initial tweet and replaced it with the exact same message but with “Sessions” spelled right.
Kushner is “trying to frame handouts to the private prison industry as reform,” Democracy Forward’s policy and strategy director said.
The district attorney said dropping low-level marijuana crimes would allow resources to be spent on solving homicides.
Jose Belen tried countless strong pills for his PTSD. None of them worked, until he found medical marijuana.
The attorney general said the FBI and Justice Department needed to gain back the country's "confidence."
Oregon is producing about three times more marijuana than can legally be consumed.
The attorney general "will get no help at all from state or local police" on marijuana prosecution if these Democrats succeed.
The Justice Department issued the warning to 23 cities across the country, including New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
Robert Mueller reportedly wants to know more about Comey’s Trump memos.
The attorney general is just the latest member of Trump's administration to face questions from the special counsel's team.
After Christopher Wray’s threat, the attorney general apparently backed off from his call to fire Andrew McCabe.
Andrew McCabe has been a target of both Jeff Sessions and President Donald Trump.
Alexis Bortell and the others involved in her lawsuit against the U.S. government will have their day in court soon, and her lawyer thinks they can win.
The attorney general said a lottery system was "absurd" and backed Trump's calls to scrap it.
In an urgent message about the 2018 midterms Democrats warn of a "clear" threat from Moscow to U.S. national security.