Sessions Doesn’t Believe There Needs to be a Special Council to Investigate Clinton’s Kremlin Uranium Deal

Attorney General Jeff Sessions said Tuesday that it would be inappropriate to pursue leads that linked the State Department then headed by Hillary Clinton to giving control of large amounts of U.S. uranium to the Kremlin.
According to Politico, Sessions said on Tuesday that he would not help Trump use the Justice Department to attack political rivals.
“I have not been improperly influenced and would not be improperly influenced” by President Donald Trump, Sessions reportedly said during a hearing of the House Judiciary Committee.
“I would say the Department of Justice can never be used to retaliate politically against opponents, and that would be wrong,” Sessions told Rep. John Conyers, Jr. (D-Mich.) when asked why no special counsel has been appointed to follow the Clinton/Kremlin leads.
Sessions added that he feels there’s not enough evidence to pursue an investigation into the Clinton State Department.
“‘Looks like’ is not enough basis to appoint a special counsel,” Sessions said.
However,

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