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Trump is right to stab Jeff Sessions: Goodwin



Trump is right to stab Jeff Sessions: Goodwin

President Trump is a person who has a lot of disputes, some of which are very petty, they oppose defense. But in one of the biggest, he stood high up.

Trump and Jeff Sessions, his first attorney general, were locked in the Twitter squabble when Sessions attempted to reclaim his Alabama Senate seat. The President has supported GOP Session opponents, former Auburn football coach Tommy Tuberville, and regularly ripped off Sessions, tweeting on Friday: “Three years ago, after Jeff Sessions resigned, Mueller Scam’s Fraud began. Alabama, don’t believe in Jeff Sessions. He disappointed our country. “

Session’s response revealed – his surprising ignorance. He wrote: “Look, I know your anger, but rejection is required by law. I did my duty and you are very fortunate to do it. It protects the rule of law and results in your release. “

Oh, Please. The best way to see Session’s response is that he still does not realize that he is played like a drum by Democrats and the media.

Like General Mike Flynn, Sessions were subjected to conspiracy by Russia, Russia, Russia in an initial attempt to sabotage Trump’s president.

They want the Session to get out of the way, and his resignation serves their corrupt interests and, as Trump said, opens the door to special advisor Robert Mueller. If the Session refused to resign or resign, the country would avoid a two-year investigation, and the forbidden attempt to remove the president by members of the Obama administration and Dems in Congress could be disclosed more quickly.

The memory lane follows the Session’s silly arguments. He was the first senator to support Trump, advise him and campaign for him and, as a gift, was asked to become an AG.

During the first confirmation session of the Session, Dems tried to torpedo with a racism card, but a very strange question came from Senator Al Franken.

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He told the Session that CNN was telling a story “alleging that the intelligence community gave documents to the president-elect last week which included information which, quoting,” Russian operators claimed to have compromised personal and financial information about Mr. Trump “

Franken said the story also alleged there was “an ongoing exchange of information during the campaign between Trump’s successor and intermediary for the Russian government.”

The documents, of course, are the famous Steele files. The trial date is January 10, 2017, five days after the Oval Office suspect meeting where President Barack Obama approved the plan of FBI Director J. Edgar Comey to give direction to the elected president only on allegations of urinating on file. .

Recall that Comey quickly compiled a memo describing Trump’s reaction, proving that the meeting was actually part of an investigation into Trump himself.

Someone leaked a briefing to CNN, probably to coincide with the session. Later that day, BuzzFeed published all documents, citing the CNN story as a pretext.

Although the Session was narrowly confirmed on February 8, his refusal to Franken that he had contact with Russia would return to haunt him. But the first victim to fall was Flynn, the new national security adviser.

His conversation with the Russian ambassador to America has been tapped by the FBI, and its contents were leaked to The Washington Post. Fooled by the FBI in an interview disguised as a joint chat, Flynn denied he and the ambassador discussed US sanctions, even though the topic appeared to have indeed arisen. When Vice President Mike Pence said publicly that Flynn assured him that sanctions were not discussed, the Department of Justice notified the White House that the transcript showed otherwise, and Flynn was forced to resign.

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Now Session will get the same treatment. The Washington Post again suffered a leak, reporting March 1 that anonymous intelligence sources said the Session had two meetings with the same Russian ambassador during the campaign. Dems quickly accused the new AG of lying under oath to Franken and demanded that he resign.

The session refused, telling NBC, “I have never met any Russian at any time to discuss any political campaign, and that statement cannot be trusted by me and is wrong.”

But asked if he would withdraw from involvement in an investigation into Russian interference, Session suggested he would.

The next day, he did that, insisting that he was honest in his answers to Franken. But he said he would not have anything to do with the Russian investigation because he was Trump’s campaign adviser and successor.

Suddenly, he called for his resignation to die. He moved away and that was pretty good.

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Meanwhile, Rod Rosenstein, a career prosecutor tapped as deputy attorney general, has yet to be confirmed. His March hearing was dominated by Dem who wanted to know if he would appoint an independent prosecutor if needed.

He said yes, and confirmed, 94-6. Senator Chuck Schumer made a speech in which he said that Rosenstein assured him personally that he would keep that promise.

Rosenstein took office on April 25. Soon, he will write a memo making a case to fire Comey, and Trump drops an ax on May 8.

Nine days later, Rosenstein appointed Mueller to take the FBI probe, and “other things” that emerged from it, possibly including Comey’s dismissal.

In hindsight, the plot against Trump is amazing in his courage and cruelty. For Session, even now to claim that he did the right thing was foolish.

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If he feels very strongly about rejection, then he should resign because Trump deserves to have a fully functional AG. Instead, he gets Rosenstein, whose appointment of Mueller and his role in the application of FISA which dishonestly reeks of conflict and error.

The session cannot fix all of that but at least must understand the national nightmare that he helped create.

Cuomo tried to regret

On Remembrance Day, Governor Cuomo admitted that he was wrong – but not in a nursing home.

Asked to predict when New York would reopen, he would not do it.

“I quit the business because we all failed in that business, right? All the initial national experts. This is my projection model. This is my projection model. They are all wrong. They are all wrong.”

He added, “We don’t know what really happened with social distance. I understand, but we are all wrong.”

Pollyanna in me sees this as a practice to admit that her order to send COVID-19 patients to a nursing home is a grave and fatal mistake.

After all, politicians sometimes do the right thing.

Carranza DOE’s ‘bigot’ face

City School Chancellor Richard Carranza, a race man at its core, wants to add discrimination against Asian Americans to his anti-bias training.

No thanks, said a Chinese-American advocacy group, noting that Carranza himself had accused Asians of “having” acceptance in high school.

In a blistering statement, the Alliance of Chinese Americans in Greater New York said the first step in stopping bigotry towards Asians was “expelling Carranza from NYC.”

More than you, Mayor de Blasio.

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Pioli ‘pulls’ Leao by the ears and says the Portuguese ‘must make a dash’



Pioli 'pulls' Leao by the ears and says the Portuguese 'must make a dash'

FROMTefano Pioli, Milan coach, gave an interview on the Italian radio program Sky Calcio Club on Sunday in which he talked about Rafael Leao’s participation in the 2022 Mundial, a test in which the Portuguese striker was a replacement for Fernando Santos. ‘, indicating that he has been talking to his player over the past few days.

“If we talk? They have an obligation to call me at the end of the game. He is happy because Portugal is doing well. It is clear that he would like to play more. I can take advantage of this for a contract extension,” said Pioli, who also spoke about the Portuguese’s renewal process.

“He is fine with us and management and Rafael are talking. We are waiting for good news,” the Transalpine coach fired.

Looking at his player’s short playing time at this 2022 World Cup, Pioli admitted that Rafael Leau would like to have more playing time for the national team, but hinted that the Portuguese striker is not unhappy.

“If he plays a little? It’s hard to judge because Portugal has a very high quality team. Rafael is happy because Portugal is having a good World Cup, but there is a lot of quality and competitiveness in the attacking sector of the Portuguese team. “, – stressed the coach of the Italian, who also left a small warning to Rafael Leau.

“When you see him in training, you immediately understand that he has incredible potential. He has technique and speed that few others have. Over the course of a period, he had to develop and adapt to the reality at Milan, where the pressure is different from what he is. he was in Lille. It took time, but his potential to become a great player was always there. But he still needs to make the leap to become a champion because he can be even more decisive in the opponent’s zone,” he stressed.

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“If you think about Rafael from two years ago, he has made tremendous progress. He’s missing a few things, but he’s smart and approachable. I can give him all the ideas he wants, but his talent must be left free. should improve his heading, given his physique,” he concluded.

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The value of Portuguese agricultural production in 2021 was 9.6 billion euros, representing a growth rate of 14.6% compared to 2020, and therefore it is fair to say that dried fruits today, with a production of 80,000 tons and exports reaching 100 million euros contributed. to this success.

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