Jeff Sessions Backs Trump as Political Career Ends

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Jeff Sessions’ political career lay in ruins Tuesday night. From the White House, President Trump tweeted his delight that his former Justice Department chief lost out to his preferred candidate, former Auburn University football coach Tommy Tuberville, in Alabama’s runoff U.S. Senate primary election.

Sessions, meanwhile, only had warm words for the president. “Let me say this about the president and our relationship. I leave with no regrets,” the 73-year-old said. “I was honored to serve the people of Alabama in the Senate and I was extraordinarily proud of the accomplishments we had as attorney general… I took the road less traveled, didn’t try to excuse myself or get in a fight or undermine the leader of our country and the great work he has to do.” He added: “I think it’s time for this Republican Party to listen to the Donald Trump agenda because he has talked about those things frankly and openly,” saying that the president will win in November if he “stays on message.” Read more. 

{Matzav.com}

6 COMMENTS

  1. Thank you Mr. Sessions. Unlike Romney and Flake, you are a dignified God fearing man. It must hurt to loose, but the voters have spoken and you must move on. Thank you for your service to this Country.

  2. Now that Ginsburg will officially die (as she’s been dead over a year and a half already but it needed to wait), I wouldn’t be surprised Sessions will replace her. He’s doing a marvelous job in his current judicial position where he was transferred to.

    • I would be surprised.
      but then again, you are a weirdo that propagates stupid conspiracy theories so I dont know why I am engaging your logic. (actually lack thereof)

    • The President is not attacking his friend. The media makes it seem this way. Trump honored him with a beautiful position when he became President and a while later he transferred him to an even more honorable job that suited him better.

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