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President Trump calls his attorney General at the end of the Mueller investigation. John Roberts reports from the White house.

To investigate President Trump renewed pressure Friday to Jeff Sessions, the actions of his opponent – as he called it, “warned corruption” on the “other side” – the attorney general of the President that his Department is not “improperly influenced” by politics.

In an extraordinary new battle between the President and the nation’s top law enforcement official, the trump appointed and who was one of the presidents of the earliest and most enthusiastic 2016 trailer, sessions had pronounced the warning, a day earlier, according to Trump, allegedly, in a “Fox & Friends” interview that his AG never took “control” of the DOJ.

“I took control of the Department of Justice the day I was sworn in,” Sessions fired again.

In a series of Friday morning ” tweets, Trump cited that statement as a starting point for what he wants-keep track of meetings, the next:

“Jeff, this is GREAT, what everyone wants, so look for it in all of the corruption on the “other side” will be deleted, including E-mail, Comey is & spills, Müller-conflicts, McCabe, Strzok, side, ear … FISA abuse, Christopher Steele & his false and corrupt Dossier, the Clinton Foundation, the illegal surveillance of Trump’s campaign, Russian collusion of the Dems and so much more. You open the papers & documents without redaction? Come on Jeff, you can do it, the country is finished!”

“The Department of Justice is not improperly influenced by political considerations.” Jeff, this is GREAT, what everyone wants, so you are looking for in all of the corruption on the “other side” will be deleted, including E-mail, Comey is & spills, Müller-conflicts, McCabe, Strzok, hand, ear……

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 24, 2018

….FISA abuse, Christopher Steele & his false and corrupt Dossier, the Clinton Foundation, the illegal surveillance of Trump’s campaign, Russian collusion of the Dems and so much more. You open the papers & documents without redaction? Come on Jeff, you can do it, the country is waiting!

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 24, 2018

The list refers to a batch of controversial Trump and his allies have long cited as a partisan counterweight to allegations of Russia’s collusion and obstruction of justice, in the heart of the Special Counsel, to Robert Mueller probe. Trump was referring to a whole series of fired and former FBI agent, ex-Director, James Comey, anti-Trump’s agent, Peter Strzok and Lisa page, ex-Vice-President Andrew McCabe and sits DOJ official Bruce Ohr, whose wife worked for the company behind the salacious anti-Trump-dossier The tweets also referred to the monitoring efforts against his campaign staff and Hillary Clinton the E-Mail and the Foundation’s controversial.

Democrats have long been the Republicans trying to distract from the Mueller probe by focusing on such questions, but Trump and his supporters argue, there will never be a full accounting of how policies of the launch of the Russian probe into account for the accusation.

Meanwhile, the Trump is sessions feud has immediately renewed speculation about how long sessions to keep on its current position.

Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., said on Thursday that, in spite of meetings achievements, he considers it “very likely” Trump a new attorney General, maybe after the midterm elections.

Trump increased the pressure on the sessions even more Friday, when he cites the prison sentence Thursday leaker reality winner.

“Ex-NSA contractor, to 63 months in prison over ‘classified’ information. Gee, this is the “small potatoes” compared to what Hillary Clinton! So unfair, Jeff, double Standard,” he tweeted.

To spend Ex-NSA contractor, to 63 months in jail over “classified” information. Gee, this is the “small potatoes” compared to what Hillary Clinton! So unfair, Jeff, a double-Standard.

— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 24, 2018

The tweets followed meetings statement Thursday in which he defended staunchly his actions in office:

“I took control of the Department of Justice the day I was sworn in, which is why we have had unprecedented success in effectuating the President’s agenda—one that enforces and protects the safety and rights of the American people reduces violent crime, our immigration laws, promotes growth and progress of the religious freedom.”

He went on to say, “While I will be the office of the Prosecutor General, the actions of the Department of Justice improperly influenced by political considerations.”

The President for months has railed against the meetings on his distancing from the Russian probe. Meetings recused in the year 2017 due to his involvement with the trump campaign, per Department of justice regulations.

Rod Rosenstein, the Deputy Chairman, was appointed for the investigation. He appointed Müller as a special counsel.

Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.

 

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