Trump says Sessions’ job is safe until at least November elections ZlotoNews

Posted September 03, 2018

But, surely, the unlikeliest of the left's adopted underdogs is Trump's embattled USA attorney general.

President Donald Trump would not say whether embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions - who he has repeatedly criticized throughout his tenure - would be safe in his job after the November election, according to a report.

His successor, Democratic Attorney General Barbara Underwood, filed the lawsuit in June, claiming the Trump Foundation "was little more than a checkbook for payments from Mr. Trump or his businesses to nonprofits, regardless of their objective or legality".

"If Trump were to fire Sessions, that would just accelerate calls for impeachment", Yoo contended.

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The Washington Post-ABC News poll, released Friday, also finds that 60 percent of Americans disapprove of Trump's job performance.

Yoo asked if Trump were to fire Sessions, who could he possibly appoint and confirm in the meantime? In reality, almost Democrats would also like to see Sessions gone because of his role in helping achieve Trump's shocking win in 2016. This relationship has soured, and I'm not blaming Jeff. He has been a consequential insider on Trump's legal team and a key figure in the administration's handling of the federal investigation into Russian election interference and possible Trump campaign collusion.

"It's like undergoing a colonoscopy, you don't like, it's painful, but it's good for you, and he's gonna have to let the investigation run".

Some Republican lawmakers have predicted Trump would replace Sessions, a former US senator, after the November 6 elections.

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Last week, Trump fired several barbs at Sessions, telling Fox news channel's "Fox & Friends" that Sessions "took the job and then he said, 'I'm going to recuse myself".

Much attention has been given to the fact that Sessions has recused himself from the Russian Federation investigation rather than end it, and defends the independence of the Justice Department against Trump's desire to take political control of prosecutions, both of which are clear motives for Trump to get rid of him. Right now, however, even his ideological enemies know he needs to stay in that job - because he's somehow all that stands between the country and another Saturday Night Massacre. "He never has. It is very regrettable", diGenova said.

Still, we've heard before that Sessions was a goner, yet here we are, 18 months into the President's term, and he's yet to be ousted. Justice Department lawyers have previously said Rosenstein is aware of the scope and activities of Mueller's investigation.

"Jeff Sessions is blind".

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