Obama Hired Him, Trump Fired Him, Conspiracy Behind Who Hired Him Back!

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If you were the head of a company and fired someone, how would you feel if someone on your board hired him back? There continues to be conflict when Trump hires people from Obama/Clinton administration. How can anyone who gave their loyalty to the past presidential administration for then years, and thought they were going to get four more switch? As hearings on Capital Hill continue, there are men and women who plead the fifth, lie, don’t show up, and are doing what is necessary not to betray those they have sworn an alliance to.

Our words and actions are now showing if we support the past U.S. administration to keep secrets, secret, or the present Trump administration for truth and transparency.

Which would your Creator choose?

Who is John W. Huber, is an American lawyer who has served as the United States Attorney for the District of Utah since June 2015. He was first nominated for the position by President Barack Obama in February 2015. Huber offered his resignation in March 2017 at the request of the Trump administration. However, United States Attorney General Jeff Sessions subsequently appointed Huber as interim U.S. Attorney under the Federal Vacancies Reform Act.

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Huber was appointed by U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions to investigate the FBI’s surveillance of Carter Page and connections between the Clinton Foundation and Uranium One, starting in November 2017.

How Many Lies Did You Count During Jeff Sessions’ Testimony?

t was quite an afternoon for contempt of Congress on Tuesday. Attorney General Jefferson Beauregard Sessions III probably committed the crime of contempt of Congress, while the complete inability of the Senate Intelligence Committee to pursue the matter certainly aroused in me a contempt of Congress that I haven’t felt in years. Honest to god, is there a shallower person in public life than Republican Tom Cotton, the bobble-throated slapdick from Arkansas? If he wasn’t asking JeffBo about his taste in spy novels, he was lying, barefaced, about what went on in the Republican platform committee last summer regarding military aid to the Ukraine. And can we ever get John McCain to stop being cranky about younger senators, especially young female senators, doing their jobs?

And this was something JeffBo said. He referred to the “general strategic concept of the possibility.”

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Actually, there is one historical precedent for what Sessions asserted that went unmentioned, and that precedent is:

Without Trust, a Government Cannot Function as a Whole, But Will Remain Divided!

Trump says he regrets hiring Sessions as his anger at attorney general’s recusal in Russia inquiry flares again

President Trump said on Wednesday that he wished he’d hired a lawyer other than Jeff Sessions to head the Justice Department, reflecting his lingering anger at his attorney general for recusing himself from the Russia investigation last year.

In a series of morning tweets, Trump quoted televised comments from Rep. Trey Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican who leads the House’s government oversight committee, suggesting Trump had a right to be frustrated with Sessions’ handling of the recusal.

“‘There are lots of really good lawyers in the country, he could have picked somebody else!'” Trump tweeted, quoting Gowdy.

“And I wish I did!” Trump added in his own words. The president has aired his frustration with Sessions’ recusal before, suggesting he wanted a:


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