Donald Trump Just Cannot Stop Cyberbullying His Own Attorney General | THE POLITICUS

Donald Trump Just Cannot Stop Cyberbullying His Own Attorney General

We need an emergency intervention because clearly, Melania Trump’s anti-cyberbullying initiative has failed. In October before the election, the wife of Twitter’s biggest cyberbully ‘social media negativity’ as First Lady. Still, yet, it was just this morning that her husband  Sen. Lisa Murkowski (R) on Twitter because he didn’t get his way. Then President Bone Spurs that he is officially banning transgender Americans from serving in the military.

From there, he attacked his own Attorney General – again. There is no one more loyal to Trump than Jeff Sessions, the former lawmaker from Alabama who was the first sitting senator to throw his support behind the former reality show star early in the 2016 election season. But after he was nominated for AG, then confirmed, he was found to have lied about contacts with a Russian official so he recused himself from the probe into anything to do with possible collusion or misconduct between the Trump campaign and the hostile foreign government.

Trump has been lashing out at his most devoted supporter for a week now because he doesn’t feel protected by him.

The amateur president has made it clear that he’s upset with Sessions over the AG’s recusal from the Russia probe.

This morning, Trump fired off a couple of tweets regarding Sessions, saying the AG allowed former FBI Director James Comey to be temporarily replaced by the deputy director.

“Why didn’t A.G. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got….,” It tweeted.

Five minutes later, he continued, “…big dollars ($700,000) for his wife’s political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives. Drain the Swamp!”

Everything Trump accuses someone of doing, he has done. Trump and his son, Donald Trump Jr., both in the past. So, in his line of thinking, he should fire himself.


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