Are Jeff Sessions days as Attorney General numbered?

Are Jeff Sessions days as Attorney General numbered?

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Attorney General Jeff Sessions (shown during confirmation hearings) is cracking down on "sanctuary cities." (Screen capture, YouTube, CSPAN2)

President Trump met with the New York Times in an interview at the Oval Office and he wasn’t very kind in his assessment of Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Jess Sessions, a former Republican senator, is easily intimidated by big liberal media and will do anything he can to not get in their cross-hairs as all beltway Republicans are. And this is what’s good about Trump in that he’s fearless in the face of the press and realizes that they are nothing more than the public relations arm of the Democrat Party. Washington Republicans are like certain kids in the playground who pick fights only when there’s enough people around to break it up before fists fly “let me go, let me at em!” Republicans take the fight to Obamacare knowing it won’t get anywhere and now that no one’s around to stop them they’re no where to be found.

The onslaught of media attention into Russia affected Jeff Sessions. His answers to the Judiciary Committee in his confirmation hearings were unnecessarily inaccurate. He met with a Russian ambassador one more time that he remembered in an insignificant encounter. When it was discovered, the media blasted away in all things Russia and “collusion.” The rest of the country — not-lunatic-liberals — knew what was going on but when you’re living in the swamp you think you’re in big trouble. This is when Sessions did the “fair” and “right” and “judicious” thing and recused himself of the “Russian Investigation” and in turn this eventually led to an independent inquiry — and investigations of this kind don’t end well since millions are spent and lots of time is committed. Something has to come out of it.

Trump said to the Times:

Jeff Sessions takes the job, gets into the job, recuses himself, which frankly I think is very unfair to the president,” he added. “How do you take a job and then recuse yourself? If he would have recused himself before the job, I would have said, ‘Thanks, Jeff, but I’m not going to take you.’ It’s extremely unfair — and that’s a mild word — to the president.

He also went on about his confirmation testimony, stating, “Jeff Sessions gave some bad answers…He gave some answers that were simple questions and should have been simple answers, but they weren’t.” This does not appear to be a president that has confidence in his attorney general.

In another area, Trump indicated that fired (Yea!) FBI director James Comey approached him about the British intelligence dossier just before he took office. The dossier is purported to be about Trump being in a Russian hotel with hookers, etc., etc., etc. Trump says he didn’t think much of it since it was a ridiculously false story but in retrospect thought that maybe Comey was attempting to leverage him by dangling this information in front of him. Now this is an interesting point and I want you pay attention: Wasn’t this dossier an attempt by the British government to “hack our election” and thus “interfere in our democracy” and wasn’t the FBI with James Comey “colluding” with them? See, that’s a silly way of putting it. Get my point?

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