Jeff Sessions News
Trump says transgender people should be barred from military
President Donald Trump says he will bar transgender individuals from serving "in any capacity" in the armed forces
Trump keeps up public pelting of attorney general
President Donald Trump kept up his public pelting of Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Wednesday as the fate of his once-close ally remained very much in doubt. Trump's criticisms of Sessions resumed with a morning tweet wondering why Sessions didn't "replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe,"
Trump's anti-Sessions tweets dismay Alabama's Republicans
President Donald Trump finds some of his strongest support in blood-red Alabama, but his public flogging of Attorney General Jeff Sessions is dismaying Republicans who consider the conservative stalwart to be a home state hero
Brooks offers to drop out of Senate race to let Sessions run
Alabama Rep. Mo Brooks offered to withdraw from a GOP Senate primary Wednesday if all other Republican candidates also withdraw in order to clear the way for a return to the Senate by Jeff Sessions
Trump has been 'clear' about his feelings on Jeff Sessions , press secretary says
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said today that President Trump has "been very clear" about his feelings toward Attorney General Jeff Sessions. "He's obviously disappointed but also wants the attorney general to continue to focus on the things that the attorney general does. He wants him
The Briefing Room: Trump transgender ban and health care debate
ABC News' MaryAlice Parks, John Santucci, Jonathan Karl and Mary Bruce break down the White House press briefing.
Inside the frayed relationship between Donald Trump and Jeff Sessions
President Donald Trump counted his attorney general, Jeff Sessions , among his earliest supporters and the first sitting senator to endorse him. But in the wake of Sessions recusing himself from the Russia investigation – a cloud that has hung over the Trump administration since its inception –
US Attorney offers support for Jeff Sessions
Speaking with ABC News' Pierre Thomas, U.S. Attorney Jill Rose of the Western District of North Carolina said Sessions "enjoys wide support" among federal prosecutors like her.
Timeline leading up to Jeff Sessions' recusal and the fallout
U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' meetings with the Russian ambassador during the campaign continue to cause problems for him months after they were disclosed publicly. Recent comments by President Donald Trump suggest that Sessions’ recusal created a strain between the two men, and although
Sessions 'enjoys wide support' of federal prosecutors: Top DOJ official
Current and former Justice Department officials – including even staunch critics of the Trump administration – are increasingly offering their support to embattled Attorney General Jeff Sessions . The latest show of support came today from one of the nation’s top prosecutors, a veteran government