Attorney General Jeff Sessions has landed in hot water after a bombshell Washington Post report revealed he spoke to Russian ambassador to the United States, Sergey Kislyak, twice in 2016 but did not consider it relevant enough to disclose to Judiciary Committee during his confirmation hearing.
In fact, when asked if someone affiliated with President Donald Trump or his campaign was in touch with the Russian government during election, Sessions, who was under oath at the time, said he “did not have communications with the Russians.”
Although it is too soon to be talking about perjury charges, social media users are still calling it a crime.
However, Sessions is not the only one.
Several people in Trump administration have been accused of violating federal law – including White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, Counselor to the President Kellyanne Conway and former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, who recently resigned amid allegations that he discussed lifting sanctions with Kislyak even before Trump took office.
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