Trump Criticizes Jeff Sessions for Indictment of Two House Republicans

President Trump blasted his AWOL Attorney General during an interview with Ainsley Earhardt on FOX and Friends which aired in late August.

Jeff Sessions has been missing in action as the Deep State runs roughshod on this President, his family, his business, his business associates and the country.

The country is in crisis because of coward, turncoat and liar Jeff Sessions.

President Trump followed up with this hit on Attorney General Jeff Sessions with another tweet the following day.

President Trump: “Department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations.” Jeff, this is GREAT, what everyone wants, so look into all of the corruption on the “other side” including deleted Emails, Comey lies & leaks, Mueller conflicts, McCabe, Strzok, Page, Ohr, FISA abuse, Christopher Steele & his phony and corrupt Dossier, the Clinton Foundation, illegal surveillance of Trump Campaign, Russian collusion by Dems – and so much more. Open up the papers & documents without redaction? Come on Jeff, you can do it, the country is waiting!

President Donald Trump angrily criticized Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Monday for allowing two Republican congressmen to be indicted.
“Good job Jeff,” Trump wrote sarcastically, referring to Obama-era investigations of two House Republicans.

Rep. Duncan Hunter of California was indicted and accused of fraud and stealing campaign funds for personal use, and Rep. Chris Collins of New York was indicted and accused of insider trading.

Trump pointed to the popularity of the two men who faced an easy re-election before being indicted. He blamed Sessions for allowing the cases to move forward right before the midterms.

“Two easy wins now in doubt because there is not enough time,” he complained, noting that Democrats must “love” Sessions as the attorney general.

Democrats have to flip 24 Republican House seats and keep the 194 seats they currently represent to win the majority in November. Several reports have indicated that Sessions will leave his job as attorney general after the midterm elections:

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