Trump Relentlessly Blasts Attorney General Sessions Yet Again In Fiery Tweet Storm

Tyler Durden's picture

Trump seems to be ignoring calls from almost everyone, from both sides of the aisle, in Congress to tone down the attacks on his own Attorney General. 

In his latest tweet storm, Trump blasts Sessions for not replacing Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe who was inexplicably allowed by Comey to oversee the Clinton email investigation despite the fact that his wife received substantial funding from Hillary Clinton ally Terry McAuliffe to fund her Senate campaign.

"Why didn't A.G. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got big dollars ($700,000) for his wife's political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives. Drain the Swamp!"


We wrote about the rather curious campaign funding revelations last October (see: Prominent Democrat Connected To Clintons Donated $675,000 To Campaign Of Deputy FBI Director's Wife).

The latest allegation of potential impropriety and conflict of interest involving the Democratic Party and the FBI, which over the summer famously cleared Hillary Clinton of any criminal wrongdoing as relates to her personal email server, comes not from a Podesta email or a Wikileaks disclosure, but the WSJ which overnight reported that the political organization of Virginia Govenor Terry McAuliffe, an influential Democrat with longstanding ties to Bill and Hillary Clinton, gave nearly $500,000 to the election campaign of the wife of an official at the Federal Bureau of Investigation who later helped oversee the investigation into Mrs. Clinton’s email use.


Campaign finance records show Mr. McAuliffe’s political-action committee donated $467,500 to the 2015 state Senate campaign of Dr. Jill McCabe, who is married to Andrew McCabe, now the deputy director of the FBI.


The WSJ adds that the Virginia Democratic Party, over which Mr. McAuliffe exerts considerable control, donated an additional $207,788 worth of support to Dr. McCabe’s campaign in the form of mailers, according to the records. That adds up to slightly more than $675,000 to her candidacy from entities either directly under Mr. McAuliffe’s control or strongly influenced by him. The figure represents more than a third of all the campaign funds Dr. McCabe raised in the effort.

Seems that Sessions isn't off the hook just yet.

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NugginFuts's picture

So fire him. Or is his refusal to prosecute Hillary somehow agreeable to you?

BaBaBouy's picture

Tick Tock Tick Tock ... Is Sessions Still There???

JSBach1's picture

And how long have we here called for dirty McCabe to be fired? Do it already!

Son of Loki's picture

Since the media refuse to print these inconvenient facts, Trumps feel obliged to inform the public. It is odd Sessons refuses thsu far to drain the swamp at the fbi and doj of these vile creatures.

bigkahuna's picture

Fire the trojan horse Now!!

If it is to the point where you have to tweet in order to communicate with the trojan horse - just fire his ass!

I guarantee you this is not the first communications that Trump has made to the trojan horse. It needs to be the last though. FIRE HIM!!!

edit: fire McMaster too - and bring back Flynn  -- firing Flynn was fucking stupid, admit it and move on.

Never One Roach's picture

McCabe is obviously a Dirty Cop, like Comey.

bobdog54's picture

The game of 3 or 4D chess continues, the swampers are getting confused...

TheLastTrump's picture

WAPO called, said your check was ready.


Love Trumps tweets.

Bill of Rights's picture

I is like a High School graduate...Nice spelling loser.

AlexCharting's picture

Its sooooo cringe to see a beta-male like you on ZH. 

caconhma's picture

Keep going Trump. At least, you are exposing the Swamp and with or without your help it will be drained one way or another.

Remember Julius Caesar? His formula to win people was simple: "Speak from you heart and when promise something then deliver!"



Trump started to feel a rope over his neck. One more thing: just Tweeting is not enough. Start be a MAN!

BabaLooey's picture

Jeff.............'re fired

chunga's picture

Yeah he could fire Sessions (I would) but Trump mustn't remember he fired Comey back in May. So obviously he can fire McCabe also.

This twitter shit is dumb.

BrownCoat's picture

@ chunga,

"This twitter shit is dumb."

Nope. Twitter is the alternative to a clearly biased mainstream news apparatus. 

By feigning to be upset with someone he appointed, Trump gets the subject he wants talked about into mainstream news... namely why Hillary deserves prosecution.

bobdog54's picture

That's my take too, got to make an end run while keeping Libs busy with army trannies (as an example of many possibilities)

PoliticalRefugeefromCalif.'s picture

On the other hand, tweets are better than tomahawks..

-glass half full and all that..

Kidbuck's picture

More good cop, bad cop from Trump and Sessions.

More than likely Sessions will begin implementing Trump's suggestions. Sessions was all for these ideas (prosecuting Cankles) and spoke forcefully at the Trump campaign rallies for them. Sessions will soon be known as our greatest ever AG and Trump will get credit for insisting on the rule of law.

And the stupid, evil lefties who hated the idea that Trump could pardon anyone this week, will be crying for him to pardon Cankles.

j0nx's picture

Everyone knew about Mccabe's conflict of interest months ago. Are we supposed to believe that The President just learned of this last week? Come on...

This Twitter complain crap is getting old even for his diehard supporters. Everyone on the internet knows these things, as well as all the other crap that Jeff Seshwho? has ignored in his first 6 months. All these tweets do is insult our intelligence and make it appear that Trump isn't in control of his own house.

Déjà view's picture

For The People...By The Deep $tate/$pecial Intere$t$...

TheLastTrump's picture

"Everyone on the internet knows these things"


This is a logical fallacy.


A few ten thousands of disaffected nerdy basement dwelling internet chat room addicts does not equate to a nation.


It would do everyone well to remember this....ZH & InfoWars & Daily ShitStormer are NOT the chosen fare of MOST PEOPLE. For good reason.

lie_to_me's picture

That's correct. Those venues for news are the "chosen fare " of informed intelligent individuals . The rest of the CNN-swilling nation are the "Borg".Think of all the money you'd save if you dumped cable though.

jcaz's picture

LOL- another tool speaking for "everyone"- 

Fuck off.

Playtime's Over's picture

He isn't in control without his AG.  Thus the frustration  thumbs screws on Sessions. If your a supporter why the upset with speaking the truth.  Grab your balls and make sure they haven't migrated.

slobbermut's picture

"So fire him"....obvious next move, but Trump appears afraid he will only strengthen the impeachment forces just lying in wait - still, if Trump doesn't start playing hardball he will simply die by a thousand cuts; doesn't seem Sessions is willing to go quietly at this point. 

Ntoxic8ingWave's picture

If he were to fire Sessions now, it would only add to the left's label of facist... He is actively expressing his frustrations with the AG in an attempt to guide the public towards the desire to have the AG removed, based on the legit points he makes.

HRClinton's picture

Donald, "If you gotta shoot, shoot!  Don't talk about it!"

EhKnowKneeMass's picture

Agreed. He is the POTUS. Can he not call Sessions to White House and say, "You had better do this or you are fired."

Why is Trump acting like he has no power to control the people he, himself, put in place?

TheLastTrump's picture

Trump has been putting Hilary's crimes front and center NATIONALLY this week but you're too fucking stupid to see it for what it is.

NugginFuts's picture

He did that last year, too. Then he did a 180 and started calling her "Good people". Or are you too stupid to remember that?

Thom Paine's picture

Well of course - he coming into the Swamp, and the Queen of the Swamp's people were and are everywhere within the establishment, intelligence community, DOJ, military, dept State - EVERYWHERE.  You don't fucking go into office threatening to fuck over their owners.  Have a bit of sense man.

Krungle's picture

But that is exactly what he did on the campaign trail, and exactly what he did in his inaugaral speech in front of the collective Deep State. And then he quickly backed off, accepted swamp creatures for every cabinet position, and then found himself in a world of hurt. This fighting back is too little, too late. 

He knew, or damn well should have known, that they were going to be relentless in their coup attempt. Thus, the first order of operations ought to have been bringing down big chunks of the cabal and sending the rest scurrying for cover via major arrests. It would be trivially easy to get enough to arrest of the last few Presidents and/or a certain candidate. It would be trivially easy to get enough dirt to arrest Soros. Go and declassify some of the shit the IC has been up to acting against the American people and watch them bolt to their rat holes. Or he could have just pre-emptively declassified 9/11 information, which would have brought down the entire game. If you don't come out punching hard on these people and drop them in the 1st round with a KO, you're not going to win by TKO in the 12th. 


East Indian's picture

That was campaigning, and people might have taken it as exaggeration.

Now what he is saying is authoritative. 

BrownCoat's picture

@ NugginFuts,

Trump is great! Look at what he is doing....

I don't watch MSM anymore, but when I did anything Trump did got blasted- reported with a negative spin.

So now, Trump knows he will get MSM coverage for Hillary's crimes if he bashes one of his own. Smart guy!

jimmy12345's picture

Breitbart, Rush Limbaugh and Tucker Carlson all support Sessions.   Sessions is a life long Republicans while Trump was giving contributions to Democrats to Obama and Clinton.   

NugginFuts's picture

Thanks, that makes me feel a lot better. 

EuroPox's picture

Stop tweeting and just drain the swamp!

peopledontwanttruth's picture

Seems he'd get a lot more done as president if he lost his two thumbs

EuroPox's picture

I really don't mind the odd tweet - it's usually quite funny BUT he spends so much time bitching in his tweets. I just don't get it.  He is the President, if he doesn't like something he should DO something about it, not just bitch about it.  We can do the bitching for him!

peopledontwanttruth's picture

There's nothing normal anymore I agree

The Wizard's picture

In order to be sane in and insane world, one needs to be insane.

peopledontwanttruth's picture

Good comment but I guess then this insanity isn't for me

jimmy c korn's picture

They laughed at me because I was different from them. I laughed at them because they were all the same.

jimmy12345's picture

Trump doesn't have the political support on the Right to fire sessions.  Sessions was a life long conservative.

Oh regional Indian's picture

Great observation. Sounds like a kid in a candy fight whose hands turned to be too small to grab enough candy, but thumbs were big enough to shove in some little kid's eye.

This is a joke, this entire presidency is a joke and I want to see tMOUSEly defend his president with some insane chess move, Sun Tzu bull crap.

Drain the swamp, screeches (or rather twitters) the supposed swamp drainer himself.....and the farce is complete.... the oroborus has found and bitten it's tail and jumped the shark while at it....

peopledontwanttruth's picture

ORI great comment. The US has become a complete laughing stock to the world. It's all about throwing crumbs to the dogs keeping them hoping for the promises with nothing of substance behind anything

lie_to_me's picture

Do you seriously give a sh!t what the "world" thinks?
I certainly don't. You might want to work on your self-esteem issues.