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Tuesday, July 25, 2017

Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump wants to ‘level playing field’ by opening investigation of Clinton











Sarah Huckabee Sanders admitted that Jeff Sessions had likely doomed himself as attorney general by recusing himself from overseeing the Russia probe he’s been implicated in.“Look, I know that he is certainly frustrated and disappointed in the attorney general for recusing himself,” Sanders told “Fox & Friends.”

“That frustration certainly hasn’t gone away and, you know, I don’t think it will,” Sanders said. “But given the fact that the president is being attacked unnecessarily and, certainly, for no reason on something he and, I think, most of America feel is a complete hoax and that the media has gotten so spun up on Russia fever, we’re looking to move on.” FACEBOOK, U.S. NEWS Sarah Huckabee Sanders says Trump wants to ‘level playing field’ by opening investigation of Clinton TRAVIS GETTYS 25 JUL 2017 AT 09:19 ET Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Don't miss stories. Follow Raw Story! Sarah Huckabee Sanders admitted that Jeff Sessions had likely doomed himself as attorney general by recusing himself from overseeing the Russia probe he’s been implicated in. President Donald Trump has been lashing out at Attorney General Jeff Sessions, who he described as “beleaguered,” since expressing anger over his recusal in March after his own undisclosed ties to Russia were reported, and the White House secretary admitted that’s why the president had lost confidence in his longtime loyalist. Report Advertisement “Look, I know that he is certainly frustrated and disappointed in the attorney general for recusing himself,” Sanders told “Fox & Friends.” She stopped short of saying Trump would fire Sessions for recusing himself from the Justice Department probe, which is now in the hands of special counsel Robert Mueller, but she said the president may do so at some point. “That frustration certainly hasn’t gone away and, you know, I don’t think it will,” Sanders said. “But given the fact that the president is being attacked unnecessarily and, certainly, for no reason on something he and, I think, most of America feel is a complete hoax and that the media has gotten so spun up on Russia fever, we’re looking to move on.” Trump has made clear that Sessions must launch an investigation of Hillary Clinton if he wants to stay on as attorney general — which Sanders justified as proper. “I don’t think the president has ever sent mixed messages on how he feels about all of the improper actions that the Clintons took and certainly were involved in over the course of the last several years,” Sanders said, “and I think he is getting hit every single day on a ridiculous witch hunt that has proved nothing. People have been investigating for over a year and have found nothing. But there’s actually some real, I think, hard facts to look at when it comes to the Clintons, and I think that’s been completely ignored. The president’s looking for a fair playing field on that front.”

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  1. Anonymous7/25/2017

    trump and his goones are again trying to get The Clinton's involved in his Russian mess. Quit trying to blame others for your troubles. Americans really don't believe you. You lie, steal, nasty,treasonous person and most Americans want him gone.

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  2. Anonymous7/26/2017

    Trump is simply trying to take the focus away from his colludion. I don't think he thought his crimes would ever come to light. He is too used to a life of doing whatever he wants to without consequences.

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  3. Anonymous7/26/2017

    Level what "playing field"? Clinton lost the election. This is nothing more than deflection and an effort to take all the attention possible off of trump. This would change nothing.

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  4. Revenge. What a concept. Oh, I see you took the advice and got a makeover meaning sexism carried the day.

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  5. He can piss off!! What do guilty people do when confronted? Deflect! Deflect! Deflect! He is guilty as hell.................

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  6. Allen Arrasmith7/28/2017

    Both Clinton's are very smart and are good people. Chump is such a Dumbass, he is not even on the field. Going after our troops, trying to take us back to the Prejudice GOP AGENDA. We are in Iraq and Afghanistan and our troops deserve a Real President, Chump is a Moron, all about him.

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  7. Anonymous7/28/2017

    THIS IS STUPID THE REPUBLICANS ALREADY VISITED THIS. THEY ARE SO DESPERATE THAT THEY
    ARE TRYING TO REVIVE FAILED EFFORTS. THERE IS NO LEADERSHIP IN THE REPUBLICAN PARTY. T-RUMP CANNOT LEAD THE COUNTRY BECAUSE HE CANNOT EVEN LEAD HIS OWN PARTY

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