The devastating Tweet is the latest in a series of public complaints that the President has made against his Attorney General, a man who has broken with many of his party to support Trump early in his presidential run.
"Why does A.G. Jeff Sessions ask the Inspector General to investigate potentially massive FISA abuse, which will last forever, has no law-enforcement powers, and is already late in reporting Comey's, etc.," Trump wrote. "Is not the IG an Obama guy? Why not use Justice Department lawyers? CRAZY!"
Sessions, who appeared at a press conference on a new Opioid Task Force, were interviewed on Housing Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes controversial memo on alleged surveillance violations and told reporters that "the Inspector General considers this to be one of the issues." I will handle it. "
Last Assault on Sessions
Trump's anger at Sessions stems from his decision to abandon all of the 2016 Campaign investigation, including the Special Counseling Service Robert Mueller, the collusion between de The Trump campaign and Russian activists wishing to interfere in the elections. Meetings made this decision after he did not fully answer questions during his confirmation of his talks with Russian diplomats during the 2016 campaign. Trump, in turn, said he had not called meetings to run the Department of Justice if he had known he had recaptured himself.
This animosity has since become public.
As pressure Last year he had been at meetings, and his administrative standing seemed untenable to the people of the West Wing. For the first six months of Trump's presidency, Trump asked about the resignation of Sessions, called the Attorney General an "idiot", but later refused to accept the resignation of his Attorney General.
The final chapter in the saga between Trump and Sessions came a week ago, when Trump called on Sessions to start an investigation into the Obama administration for not doing enough of the foreign interference of 2016.
CNN's Laura Jarrett contributed to this report.