President Trump Donald John TrumpThe Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Trump Former: "The last thing we need in the world right now is a war against Iran." Levels Trump: Bolton Would Defeat the Whole World at Once MORE In a Sunday interview, it was said that Jeff Sessions when his first attorney general was his "biggest mistake" in the Oval Office.
"I'd say if I had a fix, I would not have appointed Jeff Sessions to be Attorney General," Trump said on NBC's "Meet the Press." "That was the biggest mistake.
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Sessions was for Trump and the first senator to support them, a top election campaign for 2016. See you, but their relationship has deteriorated after sessions withdrew from investigating Russia's interference in the 2016 elections. Rod Rosenstein Rod Rosenstein Trump condemns Müller and criticizes the "witch hunt" at the start of Trump in 2020: I did not fire Mueller, because the shots "did not work well", as the Nixon GOP group calls on the Republicans, in a announce a new ad for disability claims against Trump. Robert (Bob) Swan MuellerKamala Harris says her justice department has no choice but to prosecute Trump for disability. The committees receive new powers to investigate Trump ship. According to Intel panel, there will be a series of hearings on the Mueller report MORE .
Mueller's report describes several cases in which Trump Sessions pressured him to lift his refusal.
Trump kept tweeting and made public comments stating that he had never appointed Sessi ons he had known he would reuse himself.
Meetings resigned as Attorney General one day after the midterm elections in November 2018.