Jeff Sessions thinks the United States Senate should investigate the FBI for its handling of the probe into Hillary Clinton's email server..
Jeff Sessions Will Recuse Himself Of Any Probe Into Hillary Clinton
- As the Jeff Sessions confirmation hearing continues, Trump's nominee for attorney general said that he would recuse himself from any potential future investigations or probes involving Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server while working as secretary of state, as well as any questions about her family's philanthropic foundation.
Responding to senator Chuck Grassley if he could approach issues involving Trump's presidential challenger impartially and objectively, Sessions said "I believe that could place my objectivity in question," Sessions said. "I believe the proper thing would be for me to recuse myself." He added the politically charged comments he made about the Clintons during the contentious campaign would give the appearance that he isn't impartial.(Excerpt) Read more at: zerohedge.com ...
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- A federal judge has ordered the unsealing of a search warrant that played a role in the controversial public renewal of the investigation..
- Law enforcement officials in Donald Trump's administration might continue investigations into Hillary Clinton's private email..
- The congressional investigation into Hillary Clinton will continue, despite her election loss, Rep. Jason Chaffetz said on Sunday.
- Peter Kadzik, the assistant attorney general who briefed Congress Monday on the emails discovered in the Anthony Weiner investigation..
- FBI Director Jim Comey's decision to alert congressional Republicans to the existence of new emails pertinent to the Hillary Clinton email investigation..
- Cheryl Mills, Hillary Clinton's former chief of staff, received an immunity deal from the Justice Department during the year-long FBI investigation of Clinton's server.
- FBI's year-long investigation of Hillary Clinton's private email server uncovered 14,900 emails and documents from her time as secretary of state.