The long-abandoned military detention center Camp X-Ray is seen in this January 27, 2017 photo. After years of shrinking operations at the notorious military prison, commanders are now bracing for a potential U-turn under the new administration of US President Donald Trump. / AFP / Thomas WATKINS / Screened and Approved by the US military (Photo credit should read THOMAS WATKINS/AFP/Getty Images)

The Trump administration appears to be making its first moves toward fulfilling a campaign promise to fill the Guantanamo Bay prison camp with “bad dudes.”
Attorney General Jeff Sessions Jeff Sessions Trump officials signal intent to begin refilling Guantanamo Dem warns DOJ not to politicize AT&T-Time Warner review The Hill’s 12:30 Report MORE and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein visited the prison on Friday to get an update on current operations, the first concrete action the administration has taken on the facility since taking office. 
Up until now, Guantanamo has been running on autopilot; the executive order from former President Obama calling for the facility to be shut down is still technically the law of the land. 
But President Trump promised during the campaign to “load it up with some bad dudes,” and Sessions has called it a “very fine place” with no legal reason not to send new detainees there. 
Supporters of keeping the …