There is, once again, controversy surround President Trump and the Russia collision investigation. This time it’s because of the President’s comments about his own man, Jeff Sessions. Sessions was the second pick for the position of Attorney General, after the showdown with Micheal Flynn.
The problem people are having now is that the President isn’t happy with Sessions recusing himself from the Russia investigation. According to The Hill, President Trump said he “would not have picked Jeff Sessions as his attorney general had he known Sessions would recuse himself from the investigations into Russian election meddling.”
That Sessions would recuse himself from overseeing the probe, Trump told The New York Times in an interview, is “very unfair to the president.”
“Sessions should have never recused himself, and if he was going to recuse himself, he should have told me before he took the job and I would have picked somebody else,” Trump said.
So the question is; why does Sessions recusal make President Trump so nervous? Judge Jeanine Pierro has a few ideas.
— Fox News (@FoxNews) July 20, 2017
This might seem like some sort of smoking gun, however, this is in Sessions sphere of oversight, and President Trump considered it part of his job. The President is obviously not one to leave things to chance, and if there’s a chance of corruption the liberals have proven that they’ll take that chance, every time.
The job of President is one that our current Commander in Chief had to fight tooth and nail for, and he’s not out of the woods yet. He should be since he won, but the liberals have made it their mission to disembowel his entire administration, no matter who they have to throw under the bus in the process.
President Trump has to be on high alert, watching for people waiting to bury a knife in his back, all the time. As Command in Chief, he gave Sessions an area of the government to oversee, and Sessions basically said “hey, y’all’ve got this, right?”. As far as President Trump is concerned, that’s not getting the job done.