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Attorney General Sessions Asks All Obama-Era U.S. Attorneys To Resign

Sessions Asks All Obama-Era U.S. Attorneys To Resignby Kevin Daley Attorney General Jeff Sessions has asked for the resignations of all remaining U.S. attorneys appointed by former President Barack Obama. A U.S. attorney is the chief federal prosecutor in a particular jurisdiction. It has become standard practice during recent transitions for appointees of the previous administration to leave the Department of Justice in the early months of a new presidency. President Ronald Reagan replaced 89 U.S. attorneys during the early months of his presidency. President Bill Clinton dismissed 93 whenRead More


Pelosi Foolishly Fails Defending Loretta Lynch’s Secret Meeting With Bill Clinton, While Condemning Sessions [VIDEO]

Pelosi: Sessions’ Russia Contacts ‘Completely Different’ From Loretta Lynch’s Secret Meetings With Bill Clinton [VIDEO]by Christian Datoc Nancy Pelosi told reporters on Capitol Hill Thursday that current Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ alleged contacts with Russian officials are “completely different, day and night” from the secret meetings former Attorney General Loretta Lynch took with Bill Clinton during the 2016 election. “There couldn’t be a starker difference,” the House Minority Leader stated. “Attorney General Lynch had a social encounter, serendipitous, some might say, that the former president of the United States came by to say helloRead More


Federal Court rules Trump’s AG can supervise Clinton email scandal

Federal Appeals Court Invites Trump’s AG To Enter Clinton Email Scandalby Richard Pollock A federal court ruled Tuesday the U.S. attorney general can still get involved in supervising the release of former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton’s emails, offering President-elect Donald Trump an opportunity to intervene in the controversial case. In fact, the law requires it, according to the ruling by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia. It reversed a lower court decision that the Department of State’s review of Clinton’s emails was sufficient, and any appealRead More