Jeff Sessions responded when Trump told Alabama not to trust him

Jeff Sessions responded when Trump told Alabama not to trust him
Jeff Sessions responded when Trump told Alabama not to trust him

After Donald Trump told his Alabama supporters that they don't trust "Jeff Sessions" and supported his opponent for the Republican Senate nomination, Trump trusted that his first attorney general could do something strange: he back Cracked

"It was lucky," the president said on Friday night, removed from the Russia investigation.

Sessions, 73, forced his March 2017 decision, as he had not disclosed congressional contacts with the Russian ambassador during the 2016 election, to "protect the rule of law and consequently boycott him."

In fact, on May 17, 2017, Special Counsel Robert Mueller, appointed by then Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, stated in his report that while he had not found any evidence of criminal conspiracy between Moscow and the President, he was not deporting Trump Were. .

Sessions' claim to the contrary was consistent with Trump and his supporters.

Sessions was fired after the midterm elections in 2018 and an attorney general in place of William Barr, who has proved too much for Trump's choice to defend the president and reject the basis for the findings and investigation Works. Department of Justice on Russian Electoral Intervention.

Sessions is an intense immigration and protector for Trump's far-right adviser Stephen Miller. He was the first senator to support Trump in 2016.

He is now running to contest his former seat for the Republican primary, which Republicans lost in December 2017 to Democrat Doug Jones, a staunch judge who favored Vladimir Putin, but nominated Roy Moore. Went, but was charged and denied. Inappropriate sexual behavior. Including women under 14 years of age.

On Twitter Friday night, Trump endorsed several congressional candidates, including Ronnie Jackson, a doctor who left the White House in a scandal and is now running for the Texas House.

For Alabama, Trump wrote: "Three years ago, after Jeff Sessions reused himself, the fraudulent Mueller scandal began. Alabama, don't trust Jeff Sessions. He disappointed our country. That's why I Supported Coach Tommy Tuberville, the true advocate of our #MAGA agenda! "

A revered former coach of the Tuberville Auburn Tigers, a prominent name in college football, is an almost sacred institution in the dark red state.

Tuberville won the first round of the primary, which Moore also participated in. He and Sessions will compete in a second round in July, with the winner facing Jones in November. In elections, Tuberville maintains a healthy lead.

Sessions has been so determined in his support for the president that he humiliated and fired him that many critics compared the announcement of an early campaign to a hostage video.

On Friday, he wrote: "Look, I know your anger, but the law requires repetition." I did my duty and you are very lucky. It protected and resulted in the rule of law.

"Your personal feelings do not determine who Alabama chooses as your senator, but the people of Alabama."

If Sessions' reaction to Trump seemed angrily sad, he was more aggressive towards his opponent.

Addressing his former teacher, Sessions said that Tuberville was "a coward who is too afraid to argue with me." He says that you are wrong in China and business. He also wants to attract even more foreign workers to accept American jobs. This is not their agenda and it is not mine or Alabama's. I know Alabama is not Tuberville.

Tuberville retweeted and echoed Trump, changing the Sessions' charge in another way.

Jeff Sessions threw Donald Trump to the Wolves with Muller's appointment, he said, in a tweet sent for the first time on May 17, on the anniversary of the appointment of special counsel.

"When faced with supporting or fearing [Trump], Jeff Sessions chose the easy way to get himself out. I would never run away from a fight in the United States Senate."

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