Alabama Senator Jeff Sessions says he's not surprised at the results of a recent Associated Press poll, which said two-thirds of Americans believe a terrorist attack is likely in the U.S. before the presidential election. He said terrorists found the attacks worked for their cause before the Spanish elections.
Session said he also thought there would have been attacks in the U.S. within the year after Sept. 11, 2001. The Mobile Republican said it's a sign that federal, state and local agencies are doing the right thing.
He said there are likely terrorists still in the U.S., but the efforts to crack down on people linked to terrorist organizations have made it more difficult for them to operate and could keep them at bay.
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