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Sessions: I’ve always said, testimony to the truth; and says, that he did not recall the conversation with Carter page

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AG meetings appears before the House Judiciary Committee

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, held on Tuesday, that he “always told the truth,” a refutation in front of the house legislators reports that he may have lied about meeting with Trump campaign officials in terms of the contact with Russian government representatives.

Sessions keen seemed to be early on in the hearing before the House Judiciary Committee, to address new reports that he has not revealed, is the in earlier testimony debriefings former trump campaign officers, George Papadopoulos, and Carter page, after a meeting with Russian agents.

“I can now recall that in the March 2016 meeting in Trump Hotel, that Mr Papadopoulos visited, but I’ve said no clear memory of the details of what he said during the meeting, the” meetings. “After reading his account, and to the best of my memory, I believe I was clear to him that he was not representing the campaign with the Russian government, or any other foreign government for that matter authorized.

“But I did not remember this event, which occurred, have been reported 18 months prior to my statement from a few weeks ago, and would love it.”

Papadopoulos recently pleaded guilty to false information as part of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller’s investigation into the Russian interference and possible collusion with trump campaign associates

Meetings, testified before the Senate judiciary Committee last month, and testified that he was not aware of any contacts between the Trump campaign, and Russia.

“I haven’t, and I’m not aware of anyone else that has, and I don’t believe that it happened,” sessions said in his former statement.

But, according to testimony to the House Intelligence Committee, the former Trump a foreign policy adviser to Carter published-page, page, met with Russian Deputy Prime Minister Arkady Dvorkovich in July 2016 at an event in Moscow and informed before the campaign and after the trip.

In side the testimony, he said that he “mentioned [the meeting] to Senator Sessions, as I walked out the door” of a dinner just a few days before his trip to Russia.

Sessions said he was “not a challenge” – page of the reminder, but said he had “no recollection” of his presence at a dinner or “any disclosure conversation he may have had with me as he went.”

“All of them were in a campaign,” meetings of the legislature said. “But most of them have not participated in a presidential campaign. And none of them had said a role in the Trump campaign,” sessions. “It was a brilliant campaign in many ways. But it is a form of chaos was every day from day. We traveled all the time, sometimes in multiple places in a day. Lack of sleep goods.”

Sessions said that he in his testimony, he was able to answer only his “best”, they all ask how he “understands” and the best of his memory.

“But I’m not going to accept and reject allegations that I have ever lied under oath. That is a lie,” sessions said.

Meetings’ much-anticipated statement comes only hours after the justice Ministry announced that he had appointed, senior prosecutors, to submit recommendations as to whether any matter should not currently be open subject of investigation, and whether you need additional resources or for the appointment of a special counsel.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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