Skip to comments.POTUS SLAMS SESSIONS AGAIN: He Endorsed Me Because of Big Crowds, Not Loyalty
Posted on 07/25/2017 1:38:22 PM PDT by Rusty0604
In a brief interview with the Wall Street Journal, President Trump ripped into Attorney General Sessions once again. This time, the President cut even deeper, suggesting Sessions endorsed him because of Trumps success as a candidate, not out of loyalty.
President Donald Trump expressed his disappointment in Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday and questioned the importance of Mr. Sessionss early endorsement of Mr. Trumps candidacy, but the president declined to say whether he planned to fire him.
Its not like a great loyal thing about the endorsement, Mr. Trump said in an interview with The Wall Street Journal. Im very disappointed in Jeff Sessions.
While the President is still mum on his plans concerning Sessions, Scaramucci told NBC News a decision on the AGs future will be made shortly.
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I’m disappointed in Sessions.
But, 3D chess or not, that’s just plain mean. I don’t see how it engenders loyalty in the staff he collects, now or in the future.
The war with Sessions is not good and indicates a bigger problem, sorry to say.
I wish this would stop. I don’t see how the rest of his cabinet can be happy reading tweets every day attacking another cabinet member. If he’s THAT unhappy with Sessions he should call him in and ask for his resignation.
This situation has me very anxious.
This will not hurt Sessions. It will hurt Trump. Someone needs to calm Trump down. This is disturbing.
On top of everything else, Jeff refused to take the hint.
It is pretty clear President Trump has lost confidence in Sessions. He (Sessions) needs to go. I must say however, that President Trumps most recent comments are out of line.
To publicly insult your attorney general-one of your earliest supporters is simply not necessary and is uncalled for.
Ask him privately for his immediate resignation.
I agree. If he gets rid if Sessions it will be a tremendous mistake.
Y’all knew what you’d be getting with Trump.
This is the downside. If Jeb Bush was POTUS
there’d be a whole lot more of them. Buck up!
Is Trump unaware he can fire Sessions? Is Trump aware his constant badgering makes him look worse than simply firing him?
It’s a message called, leave under your own power.
Sessions could rope in Rosenstein now for letting Mueller run wild. He hasn’t. He doesn’t have to recuse himself if the subject matter has gone past the original nonsense about collusion.
If he quits and a non-tainted AG can come in to take his place, the entire coup attempt can be constrained to the truth and that means Mueller and his astonishing far left hit squad leave the building empty handed. Hopefully escorted by Secret Service and banned from Federal empployment for life after that, since they were engaged in a conspiracy to overthrow the elected government under color of law.
Sessions has maybe until Congress recesses in August.
If Trump wants to get rid of Sessions he should just man up and fire him face to face rather than whining about him to third parties and on twitter.
This is sick. And, Trump, Sessions endorsed you rather than Cruz because of stances on critical issues.
Handwriting meet wall.
Looks like it’s about time for Jeff to sh!t or get off the pot.
Trump could fire Sessions in a minute.
I think Trump is deliberately setting up Sessions for exposure as a corrupt, Deep State operative.
I.e., Trump knows much more about Sessions than he did seven months ago.
Looks to me as though good buddy Roger Stone really REALLY dislikes Jeff Sessions, judging from Google searches
Sessions must resign after those comments (if accurate)
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