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Trump says Sessions is safe for now
President Trump tells Bloomberg he will not fire attorney General Jeff Sessions in front of the midterm elections threatens to pull the United States out of the World Trade organization, if it is not ‘the Form.
President Trump has said that attorney General Jeff Sessions is safe in his job until after the November elections, Bloomberg News reported on Thursday.
The site, which have an Oval Office interview with the President on Thursday, also reported that Trump declined to comment when asked whether he would hold meetings. November.
“I would love to have him, do a great job,” said the President.
Trump has repeatedly slashing in meetings, on social media about the Prosecutor General’s office decision last year to recuse himself from the FBI, Russia investigation. Last week, the President tweeted that the meetings “do not understand what is happening under the command of position” and said “Fox & Friends” that his attorney General had “never in control of his Department.”
The President also said that the only reason he called meetings, the attorney general, the former Alabama senator of the early support for the 2016 presidential elections.
The comments prompted a pointed response from sessions, who said in a statement that “I am the attorney General of the state am, the actions of the Department of Justice is not improperly influenced by political considerations.”
Earlier this week, Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S. C., told NBC News that the relationship between the two men was “dysfunctional” and “beyond repair”.
“The President has lost confidence in Jeff Sessions,” Graham said. “… There is someone who is highly qualified, has to understand the confidence of the President, your task is to protect [Special Counsel Robert] Mueller? Yes, I think we can find that person after the election, if that is what the President wants.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman, Adam Shaw and The Associated Press contributed to this report.