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Sessions tweeted that he did not write a book or go on CNN regarding his time in the Trump administration because I dont believe it is the honorable thing to do. You are there to serve his agenda, not your own. He was elected, not you, and adding [i]t is an act of disloyalty to the administration one serves, and tends to undermine the unity and teamwork needed to reach the highest level of effectiveness.

FIRST I dont believe it is the honorable thing to do. You are there to serve his agenda, not your own. He was elected, not you.

Jeff Sessions (@jeffsessions) January 29, 2020

SECOND – It is an act of disloyalty to the administration one serves,and tends to undermine the unity and teamwork needed to reach thehighest level of effectiveness.

Jeff Sessions (@jeffsessions) January 29, 2020

Lastly, Sessions said, it sets a very damaging and dangerous precedent. A President must have the ability to have candid conversations with his National Security Advisor, his AG, his SOS, etc., without fear that those conversations will end up in a book or a newspaper.

THIRD it sets a very damaging and dangerous precedent. A President must have the ability to have candid conversations with his National Security Advisor, his AG, his SOS, etc., without fear that those conversations will end up in a book or a newspaper.

Jeff Sessions (@jeffsessions) January 29, 2020

Sessions recused himself from the investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election in 2017, leading to the appointment of special counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Swan MuellerSchiff: Trump acquittal in Senate trial would not signal a ‘failure’ Jeffries blasts Trump for attack on Thunberg at impeachment hearingLive coverage: House Judiciary to vote on impeachment after surprise delayMORE. After his recusal, he became a frequent target of Trumps on Twitter and other public fora, with the president asking for his resignation shortly after the 2018 midterm elections.

Trump also broke his silence on Bolton Wednesday, calling Boltons book, The Room Where It Happened, nasty & untrue, and saying Bolton had been fired because frankly, if I listened to him, we would be in World War Six by now.