JUST IN: Trump Will Fire Sessions-Then He’ll Endorse Him To Run

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new interview with Jeff Sessions confirms that President Trump will either fire him or ask for his resignation:

“President Trump won’t ever be happy with me, I’m afraid. I think the medical marijuana issue pushed it over the edge. We don’t see eye to eye. He sees state’s rights and I see an epidemic just as bad as crack or heroin making its way into our culture as some kind of normal behavior.

I think at this point the President should replace me if he has someone better in mind. I serve at his pleasure.

As for what I’ll do next? I don’t really know. I may go back to Alabama and take my seat in the Senate back from Doug Jones. Or…I may just retire. I’ve been a public servant all my life. Maybe it’s time to walk away.”

Sources inside the West Wing have speculated for weeks that Sessions would be the President’s choice to re-take the Senate seat lost to Doug Jones. Jones, a tree-hugging baby-killer, defeated Roy Moore in a special election for Sessions’ Alabama Senate seat. That seat is up for re-election again in 2018, meaning any move to get Sessions elected there would have to be made very soon.

The White House and a spokesman for Sessions have, of course, denied the idea while adding that Sessions would be a “natural fit” for that Alabama seat.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

new interview with Jeff Sessions confirms that President Trump will either fire him or ask for his resignation:

“President Trump won’t ever be happy with me, I’m afraid. I think the medical marijuana issue pushed it over the edge. We don’t see eye to eye. He sees state’s rights and I see an epidemic just as bad as crack or heroin making its way into our culture as some kind of normal behavior.

I think at this point the President should replace me if he has someone better in mind. I serve at his pleasure.

As for what I’ll do next? I don’t really know. I may go back to Alabama and take my seat in the Senate back from Doug Jones. Or…I may just retire. I’ve been a public servant all my life. Maybe it’s time to walk away.”

Sources inside the West Wing have speculated for weeks that Sessions would be the President’s choice to re-take the Senate seat lost to Doug Jones. Jones, a tree-hugging baby-killer, defeated Roy Moore in a special election for Sessions’ Alabama Senate seat. That seat is up for re-election again in 2018, meaning any move to get Sessions elected there would have to be made very soon.

The White House and a spokesman for Sessions have, of course, denied the idea while adding that Sessions would be a “natural fit” for that Alabama seat.

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