Trump's May-June ratings: Historic disapprovals near 60%
Political Analyst and Author Eric Ham explains how infighting in the GOP is making the repeal of Obamacare, aka the Affordable Care Act quite hard.
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Attorney General Jefferson B. Sessions was forced to amend prior testimony to Congress earlier this year, during his confirmation hearings, acknowledging that contrary to an earlier statement, he’d encountered the Russian ambassador to the United States twice in the last year.
Sessions appears to have left out a third instance in which they crossed paths. And now, he's being hauled back in front of the Senate--this time the Intelligence Committee which is investigating Russia's attack on the United States during the 2016 Presidential Election.
The Intelligence Committee is one of multiple congressional panels that is looking into former National Security Advisor Michael Flynn's conduct as well as possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia.
AG Sessions to face Senate Tuesday on Comey firing, Russia
In 2016, the Republican Party made gains across the electoral spectrum ushering in unprecedented political power nationally and locally. Yet, not even 50 days into the Trump presidency, the ideological fault lines are being exposed and the GOP is (yet again) showing deep division and fracturing—meaning the GOP Civil War is far from over.
BACK IN HOT SEAT: After flubbing, or fibbing in original testimony, Sessions can expect major inquiriy on newly revealed third meeting he had with Russians while a Trump campaign operative.
Just who is Robert Mueller? A respected, tough former FBI Director