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Jul 25, 17, 08:56 AM #16
Jul 25, 17, 10:22 AM #17Sessions will be the next one gone.
Jul 25, 17, 03:42 PM #18More today from the WSJ.
On Sessions' being one of his first supporters:
"It's not like a great loyal thing about the endorsement," Mr. Trump said in and interview with the Wall Street Journal. "I'm very disappointed in Jeff Sessions."
On firing him over his recusal:
"I'm just looking at it," the president said when asked how long he could continue to criticize Mr. Sessions without firing him. "I'll just see. It's a very important thing."
I do not like Jeff Sessions in the least and his short tenure has already been a setback for the country, but the president's paranoia over the investigation is a thing to behold. He's trashing his first significant supporter, one of the most conservative Republican politicians, and his own Attorney-General because he won't unrecuse himself and end the investigation.
Jul 25, 17, 04:18 PM #19What's crazy is that Trump hasn't come out and said he wants Mueller fired. It's like he wants us all to believe that he's mad at Sessions because he recused himself over something that is no big deal.
But Hilary!!! I know she was a piece of work, but for the life of me, with the Sessions admonishments on top of everything else, I don't see how anyone can think Trump cares about anyone besides himself and his family members.
Jul 25, 17, 04:28 PM #20The DJTJ revelation scared POTUS.
IMO he is aware of transgressions by family members that may put them behind bars.
This whole thing could have been stopped by Sessions in his mind.
Jul 25, 17, 04:32 PM #21If Trump is not trying to hide something, he certainly has mastered the art of looking guilty.
Jul 25, 17, 05:37 PM #22Sometimes where there's smoke, there's fire. Not always, but sometimes.
Jul 25, 17, 06:15 PM #23
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Still not sure what 'smoke' there is in this. It would be good if someone can point to law books and say evidence points to a violation of this specific statute. The Russian lawyer let in without a visa by the previous administration who was excorted around by a Clinton supporter seems to have died off. If that's the best smoke available then this thing may have run its course (hopefully).
Jul 25, 17, 11:19 PM #24
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