In his Senate confirmation hearing for the job of Attorney General in a Trump Administration, Sen. Jeff Session (R-AL) told his colleagues that he would not involve himself in any further investigations of email questions involving former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.
“Mr. Chairman, it was a highly contentious campaign,” Sessions said, acknowledging that he and other Republicans had echoed the call of President-Elect Trump for further investigation – and possible prosecution of Clinton, Trump’s main opponent in November.
“I believe the proper thing for me to do, would be to recuse myself from any questions involving those kind of investigations that [More]
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