Thursday, March 02, 2017
Uh-Oh: President Trump Just Gave AG Sessions a Vote of Confidence
By Nicholas Stix
Jeff Sessions is in big-time trouble. A public "vote of confidence" often comes just before the boss tells you to resign. Jeff Sessions is the best and most important cabinet member Trump has, because the others are squishes on immigration. I’ve read that Trump yielded to threats from McCain and Graham, in not naming Kris Kobach as DHS secretary, but those claims were all from a dubious source.
Trump needed Sessions, Flynn, and Kris Kobach. He’s now down to Sessions.
If Trump throws Sessions under the bus, the way he did Mike Flynn, that would also endanger his top policy guy, Stephen Miller, who was Sessions’ top aide, and whom Sessions graciously gave to Trump, to help him win the nomination and the election.
The DPUSA has already tried to force out Miller, asserting that he was a white nationalist. Of course, they have sought to destroy just about everyone Trump has tapped for an important job, except for H.R. McMaster, because he immediately showed disloyalty to the President, with that stupid refusal to speak of “Muslim extremist terrorism.” CNN’s goons wet themselves with excitement over that one, praising McMaster’s “professionalism.”
And keep in mind that the DPUSA’s game, in trying to force Sessions’ ouster, is all part of the Russia Game, the hoax whereby Russia “hacked the election,” which was invented by Obama and his accomplices, to try and undo the election, and “Nixon” Trump.
Thus, if Trump does to Sessions what he did to Flynn, his presidency is dead in the water.
Trump has ‘total confidence’ in Jeff Sessions
By Associated Press
March 2, 2017 | 2:17 p.m. | Updated
New York Post
President Donald Trump says he has “total” confidence in Attorney General Jeff Sessions as calls mount for the attorney general to resign or recuse himself over his contact with a Russian envoy.
Trump made the comment in Newport News Thursday. Asked if Sessions should recuse himself, he said “I don’t think so.”
Democrats are demanding that Sessions resign after the revelation that he had twice talked with Moscow’s envoy to the U.S. during the campaign.
Sessions’ conversations with the ambassador seem to contradict his sworn statements to Congress during his confirmation hearings.
Some Republicans are joining Democrats in calling on Sessions to step aside from a federal investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 White House election.