Saving Sessions: Inside the effort to protect the attorney general

Trey Gowdy reveals stunning information about Trump spying accusations

Key Republican Trey Gowdy defends FBI against Trump attacks

Trey Gowdy, the SC congressman and chairman of the House oversight committee, was one of the Republicans who attended a classified Department of Justice (DoJ) meeting last week to view documents relating to the use of the confidential source.

The attorney general reasoned that because he was a member of Trump's campaign, he was obligated to recuse himself from the Justice Department's investigation into potential collusion with Russian Federation.

President Donald Trump's repeated attempts to get Attorney General Jeff Sessions to reverse his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation adds a potentially new wrinkle to the matter, because Sessions himself is a key witness in the case.

".chief law enforcement officer, and they told me later, ?oh by the way I?m not going to be able to participate in the most important case in the office, I would be frustrated too.and that?s how I read that - Senator Sessions, why didn't you tell me before I picked you.", the US President wrote his second tweet on the micro-blogging site.

"There are a number of things that have been reported on and that show, I think not just for the president, but for a number of Americans, a large cause for concern, and we'd like to see this fully looked into", Sanders said.

The president tweeted Wednesday morning that he wished he had picked someone other than Jeff Sessions as his attorney general.

In addition to his comments on Sessions, Giuliani told reporters he didn't think Trump would fire Mueller.

But these claims ignore the fact that Trump was personally warned in August 2016 by senior USA intelligence officials that foreign adversaries - including Russian Federation - would likely attempt to infiltrate his team or gather intelligence about his campaign, according to sources familiar with the matter.

President Trump's battle with Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials is heating up and he wants the truth to be revealed about Federal Bureau of Investigation spying on his presidential campaign. "Be more like I want you to be, '" Napolitano explained.

On Wednesday, Trump attacked Sessions in a tweet picking up on a statement by Republican U.S. Rep. Trey Gowdy of SC during a television appearance.

Trump has been vocal about his disdain for Sessions' decision to step aside, and said in July he never would have nominated Sessions had he known that ultimately, he would not be the one overseeing the investigation.

According to the Times, special counsel Robert Mueller's interest in the incidents demonstrates that Sessions has an "overlooked role as a key witness" into whether Trump tried to obstruct the special counsel inquiry.

"And when he asks "Should I have done that?' I say 'No, the way it is now has worked out", Giuliani said.

In the document, people familiar with the matter said, McCabe described a conversation at the Justice Department with the deputy attorney general, Rod Rosenstein, in the days after Comey's firing last May.

When critics such as House intelligence committee ranking member Adam Schiff, D-Calif., don't say that Trump isn't a target, they're "doing a disservice to all our fellow citizens", Gowdy said. The Huffington Post published a piece called "GOP Rep. Trey Gowdy Contradicts Trump On "Informant" Claim".

Several colleagues noted that Gowdy could never be the good soldier Trump seems to desire in his top Justice Department official.

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