Republican senator threatens Trump

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Republican senator threatens Trump

Republican senator threatens Trump

The Republican Senator Graham has warned US President Trump not to dismiss Justice Minister’s sessions. Otherwise, he could “get something”. The new communications director in the White House, meanwhile, caused an attack on Trumps’s chief for headlines.

The influential Republican US Senator Lindsey Graham has been in an interview behind Justice Minister Jeff Sessions. This had previously been publicly criticized by President Trump . If sessions were fired, this would cost a very high price.

The Senate was anything but impressed by Trumps’ attempts to insult and singe sessions. “When sessions are released, Trump can get hold of something,” Graham said.

Ex-senator sessions is one of the earliest and most loyal supporters of trumps. However, the president can not forgive sessions that he has withdrawn from the Russia investigation because of his bias. With his strategy of public humiliation, Trump’s goal is to push sessions to resign, with a successor free hand for the dismissal of FBI special investigator Robert Mueller .

Law against Mueller’s dismissal in work

To prevent Muellers from being dismissed, Republican Graham, along with the two Democratic senators Sheldon Whitehouse and Richard Blumenthal, is working on a law that is designed to prevent a special foe’s dismissal. The bill, which is being drafted by the Senate Judiciary Committee, is intended to ensure that special investigators can only be released after a judicial review.

Republican senator threatens Trump

Mueller investigates in the Russian military a possible entanglement of Trumps or his team in a possibly influencing the US election through Moscow. He had been deployed after the dismissal of FBI chief James Comey. According to reports, Mueller is now taking a closer look at Trumps’s private and business environment.

“Fish stinks from the head”

Trumps new communications director Anthony Scaramucci provided an interview with CNN for further vermin. He accused Trumps of Stabschef Reince Priebus of the illegal transmission of information. “The fish stinks from the head,” said Scaramucci. “If Reince wants to explain that he is not the informant, he can do that.” And he added, “Some of these leaks are so traitorous that 150 years ago they would have been hanged.”

Republican senator threatens Trump

The publicly disputed dispute was viewed by observers as a sign of an increasing power struggle in the White House. Scaramucci had repeatedly made his differences with Priebus public and compared her relationship with that of Cain and Abel. At the end of the biblical story Cain murders Abel.

Priebus is considered a wackling candidate

“I do not know if this is to be repaired – it depends on the president,” Scaramucci said about his problems with Priebus. The Chief of Staff and chief strategist Steve Bannon, on the other hand, had said that Trump was hiring Scaramucci. After the resignation of presser Sean Spicer and the dismissal of another confidant of Priebus in the White House communications team on Wednesday, the staff chief is now even as a shaky candidate in Trumps government team.

The publicly disputed dispute was viewed by observers as a sign of an increasing power struggle in the White House. Scaramucci had repeatedly made his differences with Priebus public and compared her relationship with that of Cain and Abel. At the end of the biblical story Cain murders Abel.  Priebus is considered a wackling candidate  "I do not know if this is to be repaired - it depends on the president," Scaramucci said about his problems with Priebus. The Chief of Staff and chief strategist Steve Bannon, on the other hand, had said that Trump was hiring Scaramucci. After the resignation of presser Sean Spicer and the dismissal of another confidant of Priebus in the White House communications team on Wednesday, the staff chief is now even as a shaky candidate in Trumps government team.

Scaramucci carried the dispute into the public after someone had allegedly spread illegal financial information about him. In the now deleted Tweet, he linked to the Twitter address of Priebus. There it was said: “In the face of the transfer of my financial info, which is a heavy crime, I will contact the @FBI and the Ministry of Justice # Sumpf @ Reince45.”

The news page Politico had previously reported on the financial contributions of the former Wall Street banker. This information, however, was not spread out illegally by anyone, but was publicly available on request because Scaramucci is part of the government.

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