NYT: the head of the U.S. justice Department told the Tramp that he is ready to retire
As the newspaper notes, the US President did not accept the proposal of Jeff and Roman sessions.
NEW YORK, June 7. /Offset. TASS Ivan sawyers/. The Minister of justice and the US attorney General Jeff sessions said the American President Donald Trump that he was ready to resign because of their differences. This was announced on Tuesday the American newspaper The New York Times.
According to two sources, this conversation took place over the last few weeks. Sessions allegedly told Trump that he needed the freedom to perform their duties. The Minister stressed that he is ready to resign if he or she is required. As the newspaper notes, the US President did not accept the proposal and Roman sessions.
The article says that trump recently regularly criticized and Roman sessions at meetings. According to ABC, the special discontent of the White house allegedly was caused by the fact that in March, the Minister refused to participate in investigations attributed to Russia’s interference in the presidential election campaign in the United States. Sessions made the decision amid speculation the media about the alleged contacts between him and the Russian Ambassador in Washington Sergei Kislyak. According to the newspaper “Washington post”, one of the meetings took place in the office and Roman sessions in the U.S. Senate and the other in Washington, “the heritage Foundation”.
In January in the consideration of candidates and Roman sessions for the post of head of the Ministry of justice and attorney General of the United States, he did not notify senators who were interested in the links campaign headquarters trump with Russia. For this reason, the representatives of the Democratic party in Congress demanded to remove him from participation in any action on those investigations.
The President of the United States in March stated that it fully trusts Sensu. The American leader expressed doubts that the attorney General should recuse himself from participating in any investigation in connection with allegations of ties between campaign headquarters, trump and Russian officials.
Official comments in connection with the publication of the paper by the Ministry of justice or the White house has not yet been reported.