Once again President Donald Trump is mad at Attorney General Jeff Sessions for doing his job. And once again the president — through his postings on Twitter — seems to be attacking the rule of law in this country.
A judge has threatened Attorney General Jeff Sessions with contempt of court after he tried to deport a mother and child whose immigration case appeal is still being heard.
In front of his Security Council yesterday, Mr. Trump commented on the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s earlier raid and warrant served on his longtime friend and lawyer, Michael Cohen.
Lashing out at the Federal Bureau of Investigation, calling the investigation a “witch hunt” and a “disgrace,” Trump said the following regarding the raid which took place in multiple locations earlier in the day:
Attorney General Jeff Sessions didn't deny that he met with Russians, but said that he didn't recall meeting with Russians. Sessions also denied colluding with Russians specifically but didn't deny working with Russia on the campaign.
Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-VT) went straight to the heart of the matter, and the Oval Office, by calling on Jeff Sessions to immediately resign so that the American people can find about what Trump knew about his campaign's contacts with Russia.