New testimony from former Trump aide George Papadopoulos seems to implicate Attorney General Jeff Sessions in activities of collusion between the Trump presidential campaign and the Russian government. In addition, if Papadopoulos is to be believed, Sessions may have committed perjury when he lied in his sworn testimony to Congress about his involvement in approving meetings between Russia and Trump campaign officials.
During an interview on MSNBC's All In With Chris Hayes, Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) said that Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath to the House Judiciary Committee.
US spy agencies intercepted Russian communications that detail Attorney General Jeff Sessions discussing Trump campaign related issues with the Russians. Sessions is not only a perjurer, but he has been caught working with the Russians to help Trump win the election.
A Russia lobbyist is contradicting the testimony of Attorney General Jeff Sessions by stating that he attended two dinners hosted by Sessions during the 2016 campaign.
Sen. Al Franken stated for the first time that he sent a letter to the FBI asking them to investigate Attorney General Jeff Sessions. Now, we have two of the letters.
Rep. Ted Lieu (D-CA) is warning that if Attorney General Jeff Sessions did have more meetings with the Russian ambassador that he didn't disclose, then Sessions committed big time perjury.
It is particularly noteworthy to mention that while then-Senator Jeff Sessions blatantly committed perjury under oath before the Senate, he did so with impunity and protection of his Republican cohorts. A woman who dared laugh faces prison time.
A criminal complaint has been filed against Trump Attorney General Jeff Sessions accusing him of perjury and obstruction of justice.
Sen. Al Franken told CNN's Jake Tapper that he thinks Trump's Attorney General Jeff Sessions committed perjury, and he wants Sessions back in front of the Senate Judiciary Committee to explain himself.
Democratic House Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) connected the dots during her weekly news conference and explained why Attorney General Sessions' lies before Congress are a big problem for Trump.