She’s lucky Rudy Giuliani wasn’t picked. Sessions is part of the good old boys club in the Senate and has made tempered remarks regarding the email scandal. Frankly, I see this going either way — wit’s regards to Hillary being tried and convicted for the great many crimes she’s committed against the American people.
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 18, 2016
Bear in mind, now is not a time for healing. There’s a swamp in Washington and it’s imperative that we drain it.
Here are some of Senator Sessions recent comments, regarding Clinton and the emails.
“I really don’t see how Congress can issue a subpoena for records and they then destroy those records,” he said.
“I am telling you that every business knows that if they get a subpoena for business records, and they destroy those records, they are subject to criminal prosecution and will be prosecuted,” Sessions said. “That’s a high prosecution case.”
Senator Sessions says he’s troubled, as a former prosecutor, noting, “If you’re innocent and you don’t have anything to hide, why don’t you come forward and cooperate and help bring this to a prompt conclusion? So it does appear the criminal investigation remains ongoing and the security review has been highly critical of her performance.
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