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AG Sessions’ Tiff with Trump Is Over Loyalty, Not What’s Right

Attorney General Jeff Sessions during the Trump campaign.

Attorney General Jeff Sessions during the Trump campaign.

By Steve Neavling
ticklethewire.com

Attorney General Jeff Sessions committed the ultimate act of disloyalty in the eyes of President Trump when the former Republican senator recused himself from the Russia investigation.

Although even Republicans said Sessions should have recused himself because of previously undisclosed meetings with Russian ambassador Sergey Kislyak, the ever-defiant Trump did not.

Sessions’ decision to recuse himself opened the door for his deputy to appoint a special counsel to investigate whether Trump’s campaign colluded with Russia – a decision that ultimately could lead to Trump’s resignation or impeachment, experts say.

On Tuesday, CNN reported that Sessions threatened to quit his post following repeated clashes with the president. 

The revelation surprised many observers because Sessions was the first major supporter of Trump during the testy primary election.

But it has become increasingly clear that Trump doesn’t value traditional ethics as much as he does his own preservation.


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