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Senator Kamala Harris will most likely be the DNC's next Presidential candidate, since they're all about identity politics. She's a pitbull and very effective at rattling cages. A week ago, she was scolded by Senator Burr for attempting to steamroll Rod Rosenstein. Today, she, indecorously, did the same thing to our acting AG, which drew the ire of Sessions. She asked ridiculous questions, like 'did you meet with any Russian nationals?" Since when is it a crime to meet with people of Russian origin? I thought the left was obsessed with XENOPHOBIA? Or, does XENOPHOBIA only apply to people of color? Just asking. Sen. Harris asked, "Did you have any communication with Russian businessmen or any Russian nationals?" Sessions replied, "I don't believe I had any conversations with Russian businessmen or Russian nationals." Harris filibustered, saying, "Are you aware of any communications..." Sessions interrupted, "A lot of people were at the convention, it's conceivable that somebody came..." Harris filibustered again, "Sir, I have just a few minutes..." Sessions, raising his voice said, "Will you let me qualify? If I don't qualify, you'll accuse me of lying, so I need to be correct as best I can. I am not able to be rushed this fast. It makes me nervous." Later on, she was scolded for interrupting Sessions -- and cordially asked to simmer down.
Kamala Harris asked to simmer down again. pic.twitter.com/kaBV7IXGmu— The_Real_Fly (@The_Real_Fly) June 14, 2017
Here was the full exchange.On the issue of executive privilege, former Deputy AG under George H.W. Bush, George Terwilliger, said Sessions was correct.