Saturday, March 18, 2017

Sessions’ Russian Controversy Continues To Boil Over

By Unothe Gateway, March 16, 2017

Earlier this month, the Wall Street Journal announced that Attorney General Jeff Sessions had been in contact with Russia’s ambassador during the 2016 presidential campaign. As a result, many leading legislators from both major parties called for Sessions to recuse himself from any potential future investigation regarding the campaign’s contacts with Russia. All this after many Democrats have accused Russia and Trump of rigging the election.

Naturally, in this radically divisive political culture built as a result of the 2016 election, the general public is divided on how to take this news. The truth is that mistakes were made on both sides of the aisle, and in all honesty, that’s a stance that should be taken more often.

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1 comment:

  1. The Trump administration needs to take a lesson from the Obama administration on the audacity of silence. Talking to a fire only provides it more oxygen. Just shut up and let it burn itself out. In the meantime go start a backfire somewhere. There are plenty that can be set:

    Why did Hillary accept advance debate questions?
    What was Obama doing during Benghazi?
    Where's the $6 billion missing from Hillary's State Department?
    What's with Malik Obama's recent birth certificate tweet?
    Why was Obama in Hawaii?
    Why hasn't Rachel Maddow been arrested?
    Why aren't sanctuary city mayors being arrested for sedition?
    How did the NYT know Trump had been wiretapped?
    Why isn't Gorsuch confirmed yet?
    Why is sleepy Ruth still on the SCOTUS?


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