"I am even more convinced the Federal Bureau of Investigation did exactly what my fellow citizens would want them to do when they got the information they got and that it has nothing to do with Donald Trump".
In a trio of morning tweets, Trump responded to an interview that Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., gave to "CBS This Morning" in which the House Oversight Committee chairman at one point appeared to explain how the president's "frustration" with Sessions could be justified.
"That's why the markets and I think most of the country looks at this and says, "Adam Schiff, you promised an terrible lot and delivered nothing, because there's a big 'nothing-burger" here, '" Chaffetz continued.
President Donald Trump is back to attacking his attorney general, publicly lamenting that he appointed Jeff Sessions to the post in the first place.
Republicans, led by Devin Nunes, have demanded access from the Justice Department to classified materials related to Russian Federation investigations, with Nunes even threatening at one point to hold attorney general Jeff Sessions in contempt. If I were the President and I picked someone to be the country's....
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If Trump asked Sessions to take control of the Russian Federation probe again, Trump's lawyer said that would not be obstruction of justice. Scores of cannabis activists and consumers decried the appointment of Sessions - an outspoken opponent of marijuana legalization - and now President Trump has joined their ranks by openly lamenting his decision to tap Sessions as America's top law enforcer.
In an interview with The New York Times last July, the President said he would not have chosen Sessions to be his attorney general had he known Sessions would step away from matters related to the 2016 presidential campaign. Today's news adds to the mountain of evidence of Trump's intent to obstruct.
A Justice Department spokesman declined to comment on Giuliani's statements. Read my lips: "nothing wrong", Giuliani said.
Some House GOPs sought information on a confidential FBI source who, during the investigation into possible campaign ties to a foreign power, spoke with Trump campaign aide Carter Page, Trump campaign co-chairman Sam Clovis and campaign adviser George Papadopoulos, who pleaded guilty to lying to investigators in October and has been cooperating with special counsel investigators.
Sessions reportedly offered to resign previous year after a browbeating by the president, but that offer was refused. But Wednesday's tweets "show that the subject is still very much on his mind, rekindling fears that he might choose to fire Sessions and derail Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe". "But this is what I said, Lawrence, a couple of weeks ago when I talked about grumble bragging from members of this administration ..." Rush Liumbaugh earlier today pointing out, rightly so, that if the FBI's so anxious about Russia, Russia trying to infiltrate the Trump campaign, they should have warned him'.