In Rare Move, AG Sessions Issues Response to Trump’s Twitter Fury

On Wednesday, President Trump slammed his AWOL Attorney General Jeff Sessions for neglecting his responsibilities as US Attorney General.

President Trump lashed out at Sessions for asking the Inspector General to look into Obama era FISA abuse. Trump correctly states it “will take forever.”

In a rare move, AG Sessions responded to President Trump’s Twitter fury Wednesday afternoon.

Tuesday, April 18, 2017, at the Justice Department in Washington. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon)

We have no Attorney General.
Jeff Sessions went AWOL the day after he was sworn in.
What the hell does the deep state have on him?


Attorney General Jeff Sessions responded to President Trump’s fury Wednesday afternoon.


CNN reporter Adam Levine tweeted Sessions’ response.

Levine tweeted: AG SESSIONS STATEMENT: “We have initiated the appropriate process that will ensure complaints against this Department will be fully and fairly acted upon if necessary….” (1/2)

Levine then tweeted part two of Sessions’ response: AG SESSIONS STATEMENT CT’D: “As long as I am the Attorney General, I will continue to discharge my duties with integrity and honor, and this Department will continue to do its work in a fair and impartial manner according to the law and Constitution. “ (2/2)

Inspector General Horowitz has done a fair job so far, however; many people have concerns with him since he is an Obama appointee.

The FISA abuses committed by Obama’s DOJ and FBI are serious crimes and we need a serious investigation. We need a Special Counsel to look into Obama’s crimes and Hillary’s phony dossier.

Rep Lee Zeldin (R-NY) sent a letter to AWOL Attorney General Jeff Sessions Wednesday urging him appoint a Special Counsel to investigate FISA abuses and how/why Hillary’s probe ended and Trump’s Russia probe began.

Senator Grassley has previously stated the Senate will not confirm another Attorney General if Sessions is fired so at this point he must unrecuse himself and clean house if he wants to carry out his duties with honor.

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