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Sessions announces recusal from Russia-related probes, says he needed to clear the air

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced Thursday he will recuse himself from “any existing or future investigations” regarding the 2016 presidential campaign, responding to bipartisan pressure to step aside from a probe into Moscow meddling amid revelations he spoke twice with Russia’s ambassador and didn’t disclose it to Congress. 951 more words

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Guilty by association: US attorney general addresses controversy over links to Russia

US Attorney General Jeff Sessions has denied any wrongdoing in meeting with the Russian ambassador. Russian Foreign Ministry spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said US reports on contacts between Russian diplomats and US officials were a ‘disgrace’ and a ‘manifestation of media vandalism.’ Former British intelligence officer Annie Machon and Caleb Maupin talk on the issue.

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Diane Feinstein's Statement about Jeff Sessions

We must continue to make calls – contact all senators on the Judiciary Committee – and insist they do not support Jeff Sessions. For details about who to support and how see:  355 more words

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UPDATED: President Trump Fires Attorney General, The Reason Will Anger You (DETAILS)

According to a tweet by Trump’s press secretary, Sean Spicer, the newly elected POTUS has fired the acting Attorney General, Sally Yates. Yates was appointed by President Obama, a fact that clearly bothered our child-like leader. 356 more words

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Today in Texas History - September 23

From the Annals of the Halls of Justice –  In 1899, Thomas Campbell Clark was born in Dallas.  Clark was born to a family of lawyers.  129 more words

Today In Texas History

The Lynching of Hillary Clinton

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For the first time in the history of the Republic is “lynching” considered in the case of a white individual, Hillary Clinton. She should have seen it coming i) she failed to route a black contender for the seat of the presidency in 2008 ii) she served in a “black” administration iii) she is running for president and has embraced several “black” agendas iv) she’s been advocating lately against race inequality and police brutality v) she is now campaigning with a “black” president. 2,680 more words

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