Trump just made a massive move against Mueller the day after losing the House of Representatives

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In a stunning turn of events, President Donald Trump abruptly demanded Attorney General Jeff Sessions resign the morning after the midterm elections, finally making his move against the man who ultimately failed to fulfill what the President saw as his purpose — protecting Trump and his team from the consequences of their meddling in the 2016 election and their alleged collusion with agents of the Russian Federation.

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The firing of Sessions paves the way for Trump to appoint a new Attorney General willing to lick his boots and obey his orders — like Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-SC), for instance — which would then open the door for the firing of Special Counsel Robert Mueller and the suppression of the results of his two-year-long investigation into the Donald Trump campaign and administration.

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The president has long resented Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Trump-Russia investigation in March 2017 after evidence of his secret meetings with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislayak became public knowledge.

“I put in an attorney general who never took control of the Justice Department. Jeff Sessions, never took control of the Justice Department. It’s sort of an incredible thing,” complained Trump in an interview with FOX and Friends’ Ainsley Earhardt.

“Jeff Sessions recused himself, which he shouldn’t have done or he should have told me. Even my enemies say that Jeff Sessions should have told you that he was going to recuse himself and then you wouldn’t have put him in. He took my job, and then he said, ‘I’m going to recuse myself.’ I said, ‘What kind of man is this?'”

Sessions, a notorious white supremacist, knew that his failure to recuse himself would interfere with his real goal — to use the Justice Department to escalate the “War on Drugs” and impose his racist agenda on an unwilling populace.

Seeing as Mueller was rumored to be presenting the results of his investigation to the Justice Department as soon as this afternoon, it’s no surprise that Trump is wasting no time before making his move. His appalling behavior at this morning’s press conference, the reports that the President’s son is likely facing indictment, and the speed at which he’s moving indicates that Trump is terrified about what Mueller is about to do — and makes him appear all the more guilty.

 

Colin Taylor

Managing Editor

Colin Taylor is the managing editor of the Washington Press. He graduated from Bennington College with a Bachelor's degree in history and political science. He now focuses on advancing the cause of social justice, equality, and universal health care in America.

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