Jeff Sessions safe as Attorney General until midterms, Donald Trump says

Posted September 03, 2018

President Donald Trump says he'll keep Attorney General Jeff Sessions around - at least until November when midterm elections take place.

"I just would love to have him do a great job", he said.

The President regularly goes on tangents about how Sessions is not serving him well - specifically Sessions' decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation investigation.

Falwell went even further than that: "Falwell said he has urged the president to fire Sessions and told POLITICO he planned to bring up the subject again Monday evening at a small gathering with Trump and the first lady".

Seized by paroxysms of anger, Trump has intermittently pushed to fire his attorney general since March 2017, when Sessions announced his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation. Tensions between Trump and Classes flared final week after Trump stated in an interview with Fox News that Classes "never took adjust of the Justice Division".

Trump made the comments in an interview Thursday with Bloomberg News. He added that Classes is "now now not the finest man within the nation that can also be attorney general".

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"I view it differently".

But Trump also believes Sessions - billed as an immigration hardliner - hasn't done enough to help the President execute on his hardline campaign promises.

Meanwhile, Trump's lawyers had previously warned a dismissal of Sessions would help special counsel Robert Mueller in his investigation of any potential obstruction of justice involving Trump. Dickerson then asked if there is cause unrelated to the Mueller probe for firing Sessions. "I will get involved and I'll get in there if I have to".

'I think a lot will do with midterm elections, it appears he extended attorney general sessions lame duck status.

White House counselor Kellyanne Conway said at the White House Thursday that Trump will make the announcement about McGahn's successor. I'm not asking him to be fired, but the relationship is not working. "And I think that sort of blindsided the president".

The filing said Underwood continued the "inflammatory rhetoric, stating publicly that she considers her battles with the President "the most important work (she) has ever done" and has vowed that such 'work will continue'". Republicans have also been circulating a long list of executive-branch scandals that their Democratic colleagues have been begging to investigate, according to Axios.

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