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POTUS Trump doubles down, says he ‘may have to get involved’ to get Sessions’ DOJ to probe CLINTON corruption

(National SentinelFed Up: After a week in which POTUS Donald Trump saw a conviction, a plea bargain, and two offers of immunity to a former campaign manager, former private attorney, and current Trump Organization business associates by special counsel Robert Mueller, he’s doubling down on a previous ‘threat’ to ‘prod’ his Justice Department into fighting back.

One way he is promising to do that is to bypass his AWOL attorney general, Jeff Sessions, who defended himself earlier this week from previous POTUS criticisms by claiming he’s been enacting the president’s agenda and that he won’t allow his Justice Department to be…politicized (as though it isn’t already).

In two tweets Saturday morning, the president wrote that Sessions was allowing Mueller “and his gang of 17 Angry Dems” to have a “field day” at the Justice Department following Sessions’ decision last year to recuse himself from the investigation into the Trump campaign.

Jeff Sessions said he wouldn’t allow politics to influence him only because he doesn’t understand what is happening underneath his command position. Highly conflicted Bob Mueller and his gang of 17 Angry Dems are having a field day as real corruption goes untouched. No Collusion!” the president wrote.

In addition, POTUS cited Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., who has become somewhat of an ally and defender of the president, as saying that POTUS ought to have an AG he can trust and has faith in.




“Every President deserves an Attorney General they have confidence in. I believe every President has a right to their Cabinet, these are not lifetime appointments. You serve at the pleasure of the President,” Trump added, quoting Graham.

Zero Hedge noted:

Trump’s criticism of Sessions had escalated in recent days after the guilty verdicts handed down in the trial of Paul Manafort and the guilty plea from Trump’s former attorney, Michael Cohen. In a rare statement on Thursday, Sessions appeared to rebuke Trump and pledged to remain untainted by political bias in his work at the agency. “While I am Attorney General, the actions of the Department of Justice will not be improperly influenced by political considerations. I demand the highest standards, and where they are not met, I take action,” Sessions said.

It is unclear if Trump will fire his Attorney General; some media reports are suggesting that Trump may certainly try to do so, although probably not before the midterm elections.

Continuing to tweet, the president then noted that the obvious: As before, Hillary Clinton has thus far gotten away with being one of the biggest illegal traffickers in classified information, having shared tons of it via her unsecured personal email server she set up to avoid public records laws and hide her activities.

POTUS referenced a recent report by investigative journalist Paul Sperry, who noted that FBI Director James Comey was wrong when he told Congress that the bureau “reviewed all of the communications” from top Clinton aide Huma Abedin on her disgraced husband’s laptop, former Rep. Anthony Weiner, and in fact “a technical glitch prevented FBI technicians from accurately comparing the new emails with the old emails. Only 3,077 of the 694,000 emails were directly reviewed for classified or incriminating information.”



The president then cited Fox News, tweeting that “The FBI only looked at 3000 of 675,000 Crooked Hillary Clinton Emails.” They purposely didn’t look at the disasters. This news is just out.”

He then predicted that “we will soon be getting to the bottom of all of this corruption” involving “tens of thousands of Crooked Hillary Emails, many of which are REALLY BAD” and warned that “At some point I may have to get involved!”

Some are speculating that the public feud between the president and his attorney general is an elaborate hoax. They cite insiders who say that in private meetings together, POTUS and Sessions are amicable and there are no outward signs of tension.

Maybe. Maybe not.

But two things seem clear: 1) POTUS Trump is sick and tired of watching Mueller pick off his friends and former business associates after being appointed on false premises for the specific purpose of overturning the 2016 election results, and 2) Nobody else is going to do it at the Deep State DoJ, where corrupt activities are only investigated if you happen to be associated with a president no one but an electoral majority of Americans wants in the Oval Office.


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