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Uehlinger to Newsmax TV: Firing Sessions in Trump's Plan for Dem House

(Newsmax TV's "America Talks Live")

By    |   Wednesday, 07 November 2018 06:42 PM

The forced resignation of now former Attorney General Jeff Sessions could be one piece of President Donald Trump's strategy as he faces the reality of having a Democrat-controlled House for the next two years, former CIA operations officer Scott Uehlinger told Newsmax TV.

Uehlinger was on Wednesday's "America Talks Live" and was speaking about the midterm election results when news of Sessions' exit broke.

"That's very interesting, and I think it cuts right into a very interesting tweet the president had [Wednesday] where he basically threatened the soon-to-be Democratic House by saying, if you guys want to play games with investigating me, I will unleash the Senate on Democrats who need to be investigated," Uehlinger said of this Trump tweet.

"This may very well be part of that strategy. I think the president is threatening to go nuclear on an obstructionist Democratic House, which is going to be throwing investigations this way and that. This may be the first step in that."

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Sessions was seen leaving the Department of Justice building Wednesday evening as DOJ employees cheered him to say goodbye.

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As he faces the reality of having a Democrat-controlled House for the next two years, President Donald Trump preemptively struck the Dems' House by forcing Attorney General Jeff Sessions' resignation, according former CIA operations officer Scott Uehlinger.
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