Rudy Giuliani says he's counseled Trump against firing Sessions

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President Donald Trump on Wednesday took a shot at U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Citing Gowdy's comment that "there are lots of really good lawyers in the country, he could have picked somebody else!" Like Gowdy, Napolitano sympathized with Trump's frustration, but as for the claims of political spying, he said, "I'd want to see evidence before I made an allegation that outrageous".

President Donald Trump's lawyer has repeatedly counseled him not to fire Attorney General Jeff Sessions despite the president's ongoing anger at the attorney general's decision to recuse himself from the Russian Federation probe.

Giuliani said Trump "goes back and forth" on Sessions.

And last summer, Trump called Sessions "beleaguered" and "weak" because he was not sufficiently investigating former Democratic rival Hillary Clinton over her use of a private email server during her tenure as secretary of state. "And I wish I did!" the president added.

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The tweets came on the heels of a New York Times report Tuesday evening about Trump's anger over Sessions' recusal - and special counsel Robert Mueller's interest in the president's attempt to get his attorney general to reverse his decision. One reason is that Rosenstein, with whom Trump is also frustrated over the same investigation, would be in line to take over the Justice Department. Sessions reports directly to Trump, who has the authority to make such demands, even if they are bad ideas.

President Trump's battle with Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department officials is heating up and he wants the truth to be revealed about Federal Bureau of Investigation spying on his presidential campaign.

"They don't like him, they don't think he should be in the office, and they think they know better than you and me - we that voted for him", Nunberg insisted.

"He's really the ideal person to talk to about this, because he's seen a lot of things that the rest of us have not see", Napolitano said of Gowdy. Republicans on Capitol Hill want to avoid unnecessary drama ahead of the elections, but once Mueller completes his investigation some are now suggesting it may then be time for Trump and Sessions to part ways. Justice Department officials had concluded the policy must be withdrawn and revised, a move that Mr. Trump was resisting because he thought it was watered down.

Mueller's prosecutors have so far obtained guilty pleas from five individuals, including three former Trump campaign staffers, and indictments of 14 other people and three companies.