Brett Baier Interviews Attorney General Jeff Sessions…

Fox News host Brett Baier holds an extensive interview with U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to discuss current headline issues:

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87 Responses to Brett Baier Interviews Attorney General Jeff Sessions…

  1. zephyrbreeze says:

    Before I listen I want to know how disappointed will I be. I need to prepare myself.

    It’s like we’re stranded on an island. Session is the rescue plane and we’ve been making 50ft SOS signs in the sand. Does he see us? Does he ‘get it’? I’ll be back.

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  2. The Boss says:

    Sessions dodged THE question about whether the pee pee papers were used by Comey and friends to get a FISA warrant. It’s nice to see the dots being connected in the dossier and Uranium One scandals today. Let the media pant soiling begin!

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    • Thecleaner says:

      I think he said he knew nothing about that but was glad that “they” were asking questions. I guess we assume they means Mueller. Which means the recusal extends to the dossier as well.
      So let us speculate then. Mueller has now indicted somebody who remains unnamed.
      Nunes is not backing off his subpoena of Fusion bank records.
      The classic swamp cover move would be to indict Fusion for a low level elections act violation, then seal the financials in a plea bargain agreement, then nobody will know the full Client list of Fusion….including FBI payouts

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      • Ditch Mitch says:

        Good point cleaner. Me thinks the swamp is scared to death of those financials. Every credible pundit said the same thing.

        Liked by 3 people

      • Chewbarkah says:

        Smart thinking, Thecleaner. This would explain why the Obama-appointed federal judge delayed her ruling on the subpoena first from Wednesday to Friday the 27th, then again from Friday to Monday*. Mueller supposedly got his first Grand Jury indictment later on Friday. It’s almost as if she colluded to give Mueller more time to procure the indictment and implement your scenario. If things develop this way, there should be hell to pay for the judge and Mueller.

        *I don’t buy the judge’s stated reason. Congress has the power to subpoena the bank records. Her delays to “allow negotiations”, benefit GPS only, since Congress has no reason to negotiate, other than the judge’s coercion.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      A Present Clinton or President McCain would have done that. Not President Trump. He warned them. His revenge will be full-throttled and complete.

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  3. jmclever says:

    That was a strange interview. Can’t put my finger on why tho.

    Liked by 3 people

    • A2 says:

      I’m guessing, but probably due to the Mueller Investigation issuing charges in the Russia campaign matter that AG Sessions can not be involved in because of his recusal.

      Having said that I think he knew it was going down and by his demeanor, not at all disappointed.

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    • Carl Gorham says:

      Having grown up in the deep South, his cadence, body language, and demeanor should strike fear in his targets. The targets are too arrogant to understand exactly what Sessions just “didn’t” say!

      Liked by 10 people

      • cdquarles says:

        Indeed. I have a memory of him being the ‘tortoise’ guy. Slow, methodical, but like an avalanche in the end. He used to do personal town hall meetings. He came across as an humble person and a team player.

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    • bessie2003 says:

      It was very strange, given the gravity of the things going on.

      After thinking about it, realized that this interview was like the scene from the movie musical “Best Little Whorehouse in Texas” where the governor, finishing his song and dance routine in answer to reporters questions, and when all was said and done, with everyone smiling as such a robust positive response, someone finally asks, “What did he say???”

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  4. Reports are Mueller has sealed indictments and will make arrest(s) Monday .
    That is surprisingly quick by Washington standards .
    Who is it?

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  5. James F says:

    He thinks the fbi can do no wrong?

    He shoukd have been asked about the Las Vegas shooting investigation fiasco.

    Liked by 10 people

    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      That’s not a good sign because of the history of Comey, McCabe, Rosenstein, Mueller, all FBI or ex-FBI, along with their predecessors. It’s turning a blind eye along with the aforestated and voluntary recusals. He’s NOT WILLING to clean the swamp, or will only do so reluctantly with constant reminders and pressure from the President.

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  6. freddy says:

    he knows full well if those FISA warrants used the Dossier as the evidence. How hard is it to look at that. Not like space exploration. They know who used the dossier and the whole bucket of worms by now so why the kabuki Sessions. tell us you old possum………

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    • Chickficshun says:

      He cant. He is recused.

      Liked by 1 person

    • allhail2 says:

      If the dossier is what led to FISA warrants, Sessions recusal, et al, down the line, and the dossier is a fabricated piece of BS, then every action as a result of the dossier should be immediately reversed since it was all done under a false pretense. Let the head of the DOJ do his damn job. And someone, please, give dumbo Franken a swirlie.

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      • Bob Thoms says:

        Session’s recused because of his involvement in the Trump campaign/transition…..his recusal was broad and not specific to Russia, dossier, or any other single issue in play.

        It was a damaging mistake for Sessions to recuse so broadly and so quickly without speaking to our President first.

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        • sat0422 says:

          Sessions created the “weak link” by his actions and IMO, made himself suspect toward his swamp cousins. You know, family is family….

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  7. this is AMERICA, WE DON’T NEED SECRET COURTS IN OUR REPUBLIC, THEY ALWAYS LEAD TO TYRANNY RUN AMOK.
    as we have already SEEN.

    Liked by 12 people

  8. webgirlpdx says:

    I know there are many who disagree with me, but I still have faith in AG Sessions.

    Liked by 13 people

    • Ddanna says:

      Me too — I think he is an honorable man!

      Liked by 5 people

      • Joyful Noise says:

        I want to agree with Sessions being on Trump’s team at this point. Until Trump tells me different and/or fires Session I am respecting our president’s decision. There’s a lot in motion right now that we do not see clearly. I continue to pray for President Trump’s safety and God’s wisdom in all that he does. Swamp cleaning is very tricky business and dangerous!

        Liked by 9 people

      • MAGADJT says:

        So was Forest Gump.

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    • ZurichMike says:

      I agree. Too many people think that draining the swamp is like a one-hour episode of CSI: Washington.

      Liked by 5 people

      • Chuck says:

        ZM, They also think that politicians in Washington are going to do the draining, which is ludicrous on its face.
        I believe its our job to vote all the bastards out. PTrump is identifying the enemy for us.

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    • graciegram says:

      Me too. Don’t let his pixie smile, twinkly eyes and non-braggart demeanor fool you. Just because he doesn’t pontificate about what he’s doing, doesn’t mean he’s not on top of things. Jeez, it’s only been 8 months, solid cases can take years to put together.

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  9. Big Jake says:

    Wow. That was a whole lot of NOTHING. Geeze Louise. This guy is a major disappointment. He better be playing possum on us.

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  10. tom f says:

    Many have eagerly swallowed the poison pill that AG Sessions is inept, lazy, in over his head, swamper, too small, and worked for Santa once.
    Not one comment here about his demeanor and confidence in that interview.
    That’s too bad.

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    • Trumpeter says:

      If you are the kind of guy who gets things done, you will have that demeanor. Other than that, we are up to our asses in alligators with our hair on fire and a good demeanor just doesn’t cover for getting nothing done. Excepting letting loose more civil asset forfeiture on the dirt people.

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    • mimbler says:

      I think that is great that he once worked for Santa; I wasn’t aware of that! j/k

      Liked by 1 person

  11. Bull Durham says:

    Jeff Sessions will prove to be great as AG.
    The criticisms here for several months have been based on emotion, not legal logic and Rule of Law.

    I understand that we all want the perps to walk, the corrupt to hang, the traitors to die.
    But we all want a clean Justice System. It will be a treasure to pass on as a great accomplishment of the “45” administration.

    Sessions will get that done.

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    • Trumpeter says:

      When the gay coffee house owner in Seattle verbally abused and refused service to those nice church people, did anyone get a visit from a couple of fbi agents to see if civil rights had been trampled?
      Didn’t think so, ‘nuf said.

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        AG has to be absolutely fearless against corruption by the powers that be! AG doesn’t get to selectively pick and choose like a bird at a seed tray. The role is not suited to him. He’s the second in command, corrupt minds should cower and be afraid of him.

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      • ZurichMike says:

        Yeah, because that’s the most important thing in the world to concentrate on when draining the swamp. Get a grip.

        Liked by 1 person

    • H&HC, 2nd-16th says:

      Sessions will get that done? The “jury is still out”. It’s getting late. I couldn’t resist.

      Liked by 1 person

    • MaineCoon says:

      I truly hope you are right as he is a good man, but it’s been a while now. He’s done a good job at what he’s working on, but is not on top os so much. It’s disheartening.

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  12. Joyful Noise says:

    I want a book to come out when this is all done explaining what the heck happened during this time. There seems to be a lot going on here…a storm is brewing.

    Liked by 1 person

  13. DeWalt says:

    The man drives me crazy with his halting way of talking. It has a strange cadence..

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  14. starfcker says:

    I kept waiting for him to say all, I know is what I read in the newspaper.

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  15. indiamaria2020 says:

    Good, decent, honest man. Just bagged the Insys Corp. CEO today for pushing opiates to doctors. AG Sessions is a breath of fresh air when contrasted with the last six AG’s. Folks whine abut FBI, DOJ. True enough. Yet Sessions has been AG since April. A lot of work to do to fix the get-along, and frank corruption of the previous six AG’s.

    Hang in there Patriots. The scoffers get a sense of power with their snark and Sesame Street Memes. But while a lot of them clamor for honest Men in office, they then whine when they are not slick, fast-talking hacks like Holder and Lynch.

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    • keebler AC ovfefe says:

      Like legalized marijuana for cancer pain control where synthetic drugs fail with high side effects and death? Where are the studies that say synthetic drugs are better? Oh that’s right, big pharma.

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      • keebler AC ovfefe says:

        At ’em, Sessions, where it really counts, nevermind the political death rattles at millions of middle class Americans.

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  16. cavt says:

    Actions speak louder than words. Not interested in interviews with Sessions until his actions prove the interview would be worthwhile–

    Liked by 4 people

  17. domain496 says:

    The deck is on fire and Sessions is in the salon picking out a new paint color for the patio furniture

    Liked by 2 people

  18. Laura Wesselmann says:

    Old man wants to leave on a high note. Trump should oblige him.

    Liked by 1 person

  19. Deborah @UnTamedInSD says:

    If i can’t have what i want, when i want it and how i want it .. well then I am just going to jump up and down , body slam the floor, kick and scream “Jeff Sessions is the swamp!!” and go back for more fake news to validate my emotions….

    Liked by 10 people

  20. citizen817 says:

    Interview was painful to listen to.
    He comes off as unaware…
    Sounds weak.

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  21. Lulu says:

    An honorable man would have resigned when the President wanted not hold behind the swamp creatures in the Senate.

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  22. PDQ says:

    three take aways:

    (1.) the words “National Security” and their concern about it is a complete JOKE.
    (2.) showing the CNN clip disparaging our President for removing the FBI informant’s NDA
    restriction was ridiculous and a cheap shot given obama’s 100% over-reach in EVERYTHING
    he did to put good Americans in mortal danger…including weaponinzing the IRS and allowing it
    to engage in domestic terrorism.
    (3.) the JFK release will be done but, personally, I doubt it wll be reliable…IOW, FAKE, just like the
    news.

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  23. Sessions is good on drugs, gangs, and terror I give him that. I want more done on corruption and I hold out hope that he is building a strong case on the clinton foundation. A case like that takes time so I give him benefit of the doubt.

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  24. jwingermany says:

    I just got through studying ethics in government contracting. One thing struck me and reminded me of the Sessions recusal.

    Even in contracting, with simply the APPEARANCE of conflict of interest with a Contracting Officer or Contracting Officer Representative…recusal is a MUST!

    Those bashing Sessions every time they get a chance…do you want the DOJ to be lawful or not?

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    • mimbler says:

      I’d like it to be lawful and honorable. IMO, if you take an important job, and then cannot perform your duties fully for whatever reason, you should resign, and let someone who can do the job take over.

      Liked by 1 person

  25. POP says:

    Never forget…a scurrilous defamatory dossier with no evidence, built to be political spin for use against PTrump, conned or enabled the willing accomplice…the FBI…. to issue FISA warrants with nothing more than “we hate PTrump” as backing.

    There’s your problem.
    The mass sackings needed won’t happen, they never do.

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