President Trump Reveals The Date Until When Sessions Will Remain As Attorney General For Sure!

Once Trump won, Jeff Sessions made huge promises about cleaning up the swamp…He positioned himself to be made AG…but for one reason only- so that he could protect the corruption as Holder and Lynch did! There is a lot of evidence of corruption yet Jeff Sessions continues to sit back and watch Mueller hunt down innocent people in the Trump administration.

But, as it looks to me Sessions is way too concerned with appearing non-political. It’s not “political” if you correctly apply the law. We don’t need a nice guy, we need someone who will enforce the law!

Time to man up or leave and the second choice is more realistic!

President Trump told Bloomberg in an interview that Attorney General Jeff Sessions will remain in his position until at least the upcoming midterm elections.

“I just would love to have him do a great job,” Trump told the publication in an interview, before departing for a rally in Indiana.

The president declined to comment when asked if he would keep Sessions on after the November elections.

President Trump blasted Jeff Sessions during an interview with Ainsley Earhardt on FOX and Friends which aired on Thursday Morning.

President Trump: I put in an Attorney General who never took control of the Justice Department. And it’s sort of an incredible thing. We have this country going so well… I wanted to stay un-involved. Jeff Sessions recused himself and should have told me. What kind of man is this? He knows there was no collusion.

AG Sessions is usually silent; it is a very rare move for him to speak out.

“I took control of the Department of Justice the day I was sworn in, which is why we have had unprecedented success at effectuating the President’s agenda,” Sessions said in the statement posted on Twitter by DOJ spox Sarah Isgur Flores.

While I am the Attorney General, the actions of the Justice Department will not be improperly influenced by political considerations. I demand the highest standards, and where they are not met, I take action,” Sessions continued.

I think Sessions is in place to protect the Deep State/swamp. When Sessions sat by in 2009 with the rest of Congress, both parties, he became an official member of the swamp. That little failure by Sessions and the rest of Congress allowed an ineligible, identity fraud con-artist to become the putative president. That matters because every member of Congress who, without objection, allowed this to happen violated their sworn oath to protect the Constitution, and they literally gave America’s government and her military to the enemy. Hillary failed to become the planned after Obama continued to cover and the “birther”, Donald Trump was elected instead…panic among all complicit in the Obama fraud followed. Sessions got himself the AG job to help prevent the truth about the Obama fraud from ever being fully revealed and acted on. He is effective in doing that and nothing else.

Do you think that he should fire him sooner?

Alex Hall

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One thought on “President Trump Reveals The Date Until When Sessions Will Remain As Attorney General For Sure!

  • August 30, 2018 at 9:56 pm
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    No, I don’t think we need to rock the boat until AFTER midterms. We already know what the Dems will do with ANY decision Trump makes…ignore the successes, blast the controversial, blame him for every negative event in the universe. But after midterms…You’re Fired!

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