Sessions Resigns as Attorney General at Trump’s Request

FILE - In this July 13, 2018 photo, Attorney General Jeff Sessions speaks in Portland, Maine.

By Published on November 7, 2018

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  • jgmusgrove

    Well maybe now there can be investigations and indictments for all the shenanigans and illegal activity by Clinton and others prior to the election, and of the Kavanaugh accusers for perjury.

  • Chip Crawford

    When the Dems start shaking down the President, Cabinet and associates, aides, staff, et al, the President can return fire by catching up on the unfinished Clinton investigations and surrounding skullduggery in the agencies.

    Everyone knows Jeff Sessions is a good man, but his naiveté renders him unfit for high office, much less the one he partially occupied. The kind of rationale used in the recusal and ignoring the President’s angst and being almost pathologically uninvolved in those matters are one reason people write off Christianity as a project for nuts. Sadly, there are too may unwise Christians spoiling their witness and actually misrepresenting their Lord. I say this because to this day, ex-AG Sessions likely considers himself to have occupied the high ground and is now a martyr to his moral principles. Again — foolish, not Godly, not wisdom and actually rather self-centered in his own job interests which avoided the major political conflict.

  • calduncan

    I think that’s called “fired.”

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