Let’s be real here – the Trump Presidency has by and large been a disappointment despite the boost given to the Alt-Right thanks to Donald’s historical 2016 Campaign.
However, a couple of positives have most certainly been the retention of men like Steve Bannon and Jeff Sessions; a duo that has likely prevented a full-out takeover by the Jew Kushner, Jewess convert Ivanka, and their immediate circle of (((conspirators))).
But now we may have a situation here (the source is technically Fake News so the jury is still out), which if proven true may indicate that the winds of change have shifted decisively away from the semi-Nationalist element that dominated Trump’s candidacy.
From ABC News:
As the White House braces for former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony Thursday, sources tell ABC News the relationship between President Donald Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions has become so tense that Sessions at one point recently even suggested he could resign.
The friction between the two men stems from the attorney general’s abrupt decision in March to recuse himself from anything related to the Russia investigation — a decision the president only learned about minutes before Sessions announced it publicly. Multiple sources say the recusal is one of the top disappointments of his presidency so far and one the president has remained fixated on.
This was most certainly one of the most foolish decisions ever undertaken by Sessions in his entire political career, and one I feel stems from an adherence to an old code of moral conduct that just plainly does not work when you’re dealing with a group that is in essence a nest of venomous vipers.
The recusal itself essentially guaranteed, through a series of events that is still playing itself out, that Trump would eventually be isolated, targeted, and impeached (the final blow may not happen until Republicans lose Congress in 2018).
Trump’s anger over the recusal has not diminished with time. Two sources close to the president say he has lashed out repeatedly at the attorney general in private meetings, blaming the recusal for the expansion of the Russia investigation, now overseen by Special Counsel and former FBI Director Robert Mueller.
But sources say the frustration runs both ways, prompting the resignation offer from Sessions.
Asked by ABC News if the attorney general had threatened or offered to resign, Justice Department spokesperson Sarah Isgur Flores declined to comment.
Meanwhile, White House press secretary Sean Spicer was asked today if the president still has confidence in his attorney general. He could not say.
Let’s just remember that if Sessions goes, our new Attorney General will be a Jew who was apparently quite loved and respected by the illegitimate Obama Regime – and who resembles one of Julius Streicher’s cartoons come to life.
My guess then is that it won’t be long before Bannon goes, all bets are off the table, and we learn beyond a shadow of a doubt (some still don’t understand) that Democracy is a gigantic hoax and failure for the ages.