Judge Jeanine Pirro called on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign, on “Fox & Friends” Friday, and said if President Donald Trump doesn’t want him, he should leave the administration altogether.
Pirro slammed U.S. Attorney John Huber for botching his investigation of the investigators and said he should have had results by now.
“There’s no question when you do an investigation … you start on the perimeter and as you go in with time you get to your targets. But you interview everyone else so when you get your target you know they’re lying to you and they’re full of it,” Pirro said. (RELATED: Judge Jeanine Says She Can Go ‘Toe-To-Toe’ With Anyone After Showdown With Whoopi Goldberg)
“How much time do you think he needs to figure this out? How difficult is this?” she continued.
Pirro claimed the FBI and Department of Justice are fighting to keep the public in the dark and said they are allowing the people to lose faith in their system of government.
“The FBI and the DOJ have been fighting any FOIA requests. We need [Judicial Watch President] Tom Fitton to go to a federal judge to get the information that we’re hearing,” Pirro said. “They could get this stuff like that. But [FBI Director] Christopher Wray, Jeff Sessions are sitting back and allowing Americans to lose total faith in the Department of Justice and the FBI.”
“Shame on them for what they’re doing. And by the way, Jeff Sessions, here’s the bottom line. If the guy doesn’t want you, you should just leave. Where’s your dignity?” she concluded. “The president has been extremely patient but you know what, it’s time for him to lose patience.”
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