President Trump embarrasses Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Twitter again


Donald Trump lashed out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions again on Tuesday, drawing an immediate backlash from Republican senators who rallied around their former colleague in a direct rebuke of the president. Trump said on Tuesday.

The President told the New York Times he felt Mr Sessions' recusal was "very unfair to the President", and that if he had known the Attorney-General was going to recuse himself, he would never have given him the job.

Over the last few days Trump has gone public in expressing his dissatisfaction over Sessions' position on investigations related to Russian interference in the American presidential elections a year ago.

CBS News has confirmed American intelligence intercepted Russian reports claiming Sessions discussed "campaign-related matters" with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak during the 2016 presidential election.

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"President Trump's tweet today suggesting Attorney General Sessions pursue prosecution of a former political rival is highly inappropriate", Graham said.

Sessions "made the right decision under the rules of the Justice Department" in recusing himself from the investigation, Giuliani told CNN on Monday after landing at Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport.

Trump's rapid-fire tweeting resumed at daybreak yesterday, with the president wondering aloud about Sessions' "VERY weak" position on "Hillary Clinton crimes".

During his campaign, Trump vowed to appoint a special prosecutor to investigate Clinton's use of a private e-mail server while she was Secretary of State.

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"I'm just looking at it", he told the Journal.

"I'm disappointed in the attorney general".

"If he has any concerns or questions or problems with the Attorney General, I'm sure he'll bring it up with him himself", Ryan said. Inhofe said he's still "100% for the president", and Sen. Trump said in a tweet to his more than 34.4 million supporters. "It's a very important thing".

He said Sessions' decision to recuse himself "was appropriate".

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Axios' Mike Allen wrote that Trump "has recently pondered the idea of nominating Giuliani" for the job now held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.