President Trump has been criticizing his Attorney General, Jeff Sessions, through Twitter. President Trump has called Sessions weak and ineffective, but Sessions hasn't responded (one usually doesn't respond to the criticism from your boss if you want to keep your job). Sessions has been a conservative hero, lauded in the right-wing media.
Whose side are you on? Who's right and who's wrong?
Sessions knows that if he is too malleable in regards to loyalty to Trump he might well be exposing himself to danger. I sure that he has taken in to consideration Trump's indifference about his being fed to the wolves for any unrequited loyalty.
Sessions moves are merely defensive and I support him to that extent.
I feel sorry for Sessions. Can you imagine your own boss criticizing you to the public on his or her Twitter account? It's remarkably crude and unprofessional.
Feel sorry for everybody who has to work or worked with the worst boss ever. I think DJT gets off on humiliating people. This is not an honest mistake when fire somebody while that person is in front of a stage somewhere. That's just harsh.
Have no love for Sessions, just feel he knew what kind of person DJT was and should expect being abused. After all he was the first public supporter of DJT - some reward.
The answer to that question is the same as my answer to who am I for when Florida plays anybody else. I'm for the other team. Trump never had my approval and has done nothing as of yet to gain it.
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