In an interview with The New York Times, U.S. President Donald trump said that in any case would not have appointed Jeff and Roman sessions of the General attorney, if I knew that the sessions will be debarred from the control of the investigation of Russian interference in the American presidential election.
«Sessions were not supposed to keep aloof, as if he was going to withdraw, he had to tell me that before you took office, and I would have appointed somebody else,» said trump, and added that the sessions had been «very rude» to him.
Recall that in March, U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions said that is removed from the control of investigation of Russian interference in the elections. This statement was made after it became known that the sessions met twice with the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak during the election campaign of Donald trump, however, was not informed about contacts with the Russian representative at the January hearing in the Congress, which had approved the appointment and Roman sessions.
In an interview with the publication trump also accused the former Director of the FBI James Comey, who was fired by the President in early may, that Komi tried to retain his position with compromising.
Trump also expressed dissatisfaction with the appointment of former FBI Director Robert Mueller to head the investigation of the Ministry of justice about a possible intervention of the Kremlin in elections in the United States.