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RASCOE: We learned President Trump had asked Sessions to basically un-recuse himself because he wanted someone over the Russian Federation investigation who he felt he could trust.

"There are lots of really good lawyers in this country", he added.

The discussion on MSNBC's Morning Joe stemmed from a New York Times report on Wednesday saying Sessions could be a key witness in a potential obstruction of justice case against Trump since the president reportedly asked him back in March of previous year to undo his recusal from the Russian Federation investigation.

The South Carolina Republican said he believed Trump was "expressing frustration" that Sessions should have shared his reasons for recusal before accepting the role of attorney general.

"As far as what I have seen to date, it appears that there was an investigation not of the campaign but of certain individuals who have a history that we should be suspicious of that predate the presidential campaign of 2015, 2016", the senator said last Sunday on ABC's This Week.

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Such news contradicts President Trump's repeated allegations that the Federal Bureau of Investigation inserted a, "spy for political reasons and to help Crooked Hillary win", he said according to a report from ABC News. "I've never heard the term "spy" used", Mr. Gowdy said on CBS. Sessions, a top Trump campaign surrogate, announced the decision in March 2017 after it was revealed that he had contacts with Russia's ambassador to the USA during the 2016 election.

Trump has zeroed in on, and at times embellished, reports on the informant, calling it "spygate" and tweeting that it was "starting to look like one of the biggest political scandals in USA history".

A political firestorm would erupt if Trump fired Sessions or Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who is supervising the Russian Federation probe, in an effort to remove or rein in Mueller.

On Sunday Trump's lawyer, Rudy Giuliani, said the investigation could ultimately result in an impeachment effort in Congress over alleged obstruction by the president.

"It is hard to imagine it did not occur here", said Gonzales of Sessions and Trump.

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The Warriors will be without forward Andre Iguodala (knee) for Game 1. "I mean, it's the first time for a bunch of guys". The Warriors beat the Cavs in 2015, before Cleveland stormed back from a 3-1 deficit to take the title in 2016.

An FBI informant, Stefan Halper, an American professor at Britain's University of Cambridge, shared information with the FBI about conversations he had with three Trump associates during the campaign as the criminal investigative agency looked into Russian intrusion in the USA presidential race, but there is no indication that he was placed inside the campaign.

"They don't like him, they don't think he should be in the office, and they think they know better than you and me - we that voted for him", Nunberg insisted. This source said nothing has changed the Sessions relationship with Trump - it is still day-by-day, and they speak when they have to.

Trump has scaled up his attacks of the Mueller investigation in recent days, including suggesting on Tuesday that Mueller's team would meddle in the midterm congressional elections.

Coons said Gowdy "is stepping forward and putting to rest the baseless allegations by President Trump".

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