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The Justice Department's June 1 petition for Supreme Court review of the en banc opinion of the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 4th Circuit, holding the travel ban to violate the First Amendment, emphasizes the Trump administration's core argument that the 4th Circuit erred in considering the president's motives. "I have not had a discussion with him about that", Spicer told ABC's Jonathan Karl during the White House press briefing today. In at least one tense meeting, ABC reports that Sessions told Trump he was "more than willing" to resign. Sessions was the first and, for many months, the only US senator to back Trump's campaign.

Jackson says President Trump's use of social media makes it hard to get things done in Washington, and internationally.

"Then what it says is, if I haven't seen this tweet before, take the text from this tweet and push it through this image library, this image processor, to get the nice format and then post it back onto Twitter".

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Sessions has said his decision came after he consulted extensively with Justice Department lawyers about what was appropriate.

As the nation awaits former FBI Director James Comey's impending testimony before Congress, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said the president might not even watch. Former FBI Director Robert Mueller, who last month was appointed special counsel by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, now oversees the investigation.

"I wish him good luck", the president said.

Comey says Trump told him, 'I need loyalty

The president traces a direct line between Sessions' decision to recuse himself from any Russian Federation investigation to where he stands now: With former FBI Director Robert Mueller appointed as a special counsel and with intense public focus on the Russian Federation investigation.

Trump's executive order that banned travel from seven predominately Muslim nations was blocked by federal judges in February.

White House won't say if Trump has confidence in Jeff Sessions
Louis , to return to Germany in 1939. "This is the sort of thing that I like to do", explains Neiss. Sessions' recusal meant that the deputy attorney general would oversee the FBI investigation.

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