As coronavirus is spreading through the nation and killing thousands, Trump is focused on stopping Jeff Sessions from winning back his Senate seat.
Trump attacked his former Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday morning and in the process admitted that he obstructed justice.
The Mueller report revealed Lewandowski knew what he was doing was wrong regarding helping Trump obstruct justice.
When Matthew Whitaker assumed the role of acting attorney general in November 2018 after Attorney General Jeff Sessions was fired, it was part of a nefarious scheme by Donald Trump to subvert the Justice Department’s chain of command.
Jerry Nadler, Chairman of the House Judiciary Committee, has taken the first steps for his powerful committee to fully investigate crimes committed by Donald Trump and members of his administration connected with the kidnapping of children from their parents at the Mexican border.
The problems of acting Attorney General Matt Whitaker keep piling up. Already he has gotten into hot water for past comments that were critical of the Mueller probe. Then he found out that he is being investigated for fraud by House Democrats. And several senators have brought a lawsuit saying his appointment is unconstitutional.
President Donald Trump on Thursday tore into Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Russia investigation, saying that investigators have “gone absolutely nuts” and that they are “a disgrace” to the country.
According to a friend of former FBI Director James Comey, the dismissal of Attorney General Jeff Sessions may not matter. He says it is probably too late to stop the Mueller investigation.
Writing at the Atlantic, Lawfare editor Benjamin Wittes gave ten legitimate reasons why Trump’s firing of Sessions was “too little, too late.”
According to The Daily Beast Whitaker worked as executive director of the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT). Last year FACT had defended then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions for telling falsehoods to the United States Senate when he was testifying about meetings with Russians during confirmation hearings.
George Papadopoulos said on ABC's This Week that Attorney General Jeff Sessions was an excited supporter of a potential Trump/Putin campaign meeting, which means that Jeff Sessions might have been caught telling a big lie to the Senate.
Bob Woodward's new book on Trump contains an account of Trump mocking Southern accents and referring to Attorney General Jeff Sessions as "mentally retarded."
There have been a lot of discussions about President Donald Trump firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions lately. It’s not just that Trump has been publicly attacking Sessions, because that is nothing new. He’s been doing that almost from the beginning of his presidency, ever since Sessions decided to recuse himself from the Russia investigation.
The feud between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions continued on Friday morning as Trump hit back at Sessions’ Thursday comments where he defended himself against Trump’s attacks.
Donald Trump went bonkers on Twitter on Saturday, accusing Attorney General Jeff Sessions of being “scared stiff and missing in action.” It was the latest episode in his ongoing attacks against his own Justice Department. The president continues to say that people in his administration acted inappropriately in their investigation of his presidential campaign’s connections with Russia.
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.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions said on Monday he will move forward with the Trump administration’s goal to completely repeal and rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Sessions comments came after a judge’s ruling last week that the controversial but very popular DACA program must be put back in place and made operational.