Trump says to keep Attorney General Jeff Sessions until November

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The willingness of Republican senators to turn on Attorney General Jeff Sessions is the result of a furious lobbying campaign from President Donald Trump, who for the past 10 days has been venting his anger at Sessions to "any senator who will listen", as one GOP Senate aide put it...

Thursday he told the outlet, "I do question what Jeff is doing".

Mr Trump was also asked about Mr Sessions in the interview, who the President has repeatedly attacked for recusing himself from the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 USA presidential election campaign.

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"I view it differently", Bloomberg quoted Trump as saying.

"I wanted to stay out, but at some point if it doesn't straighten out properly".

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The statement comes after the president has ramped up his attacks on the attorney general over recusing himself in the Russian Federation investigation and, in the eyes of the president, failing to do enough to investigate Mr. Trump's opponents. Sessions recused himself from the probe previous year, prompting harsh and continuous criticism by the president. "I view it as an illegal investigation" because "great scholars" have said that "there never should have been a special counsel".

Trump has repeatedly attacked Sessions for recusing himself from the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 US presidential election campaign.

Two White House aides said "Trump's latest push against Sessions was fueled by last week's conviction of Trump's lawyer Michael Cohen and former campaign manager Paul Manafort", AL.com reported. He charged that Mueller's probe was "highly conflicted" and that "real corruption goes untouched".

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The president also said that the only reason he named Sessions attorney general was the former Alabama senator's early support in the 2016 presidential election.

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