Attorney General Jeff Sessions seat is getting warmer by the minute.
Sessions’ conduct in the Russia investigation has become a magnet for criticism.
And this Trump advisor has Sessions wondering if his days are numbered.
Former Fox News host Eric Bolling is a long time Trump friend and confidante.
Bolling is someone whose opinions carry weight with the President.
So pundits took notice when Bolling blasted Sessions on twitter.
Bolling ripped Sessions for caving into the swamp and allowing the Russia investigation to spiral out of control.
Has anyone seen Jeff Sessions? Has he been rendered incapacitated? Has he been devoured by the Swamp?
Asking because a real AG would have stepped in and shut down this circus by now.
Worried about him… poor guy.
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 22, 2018
Bolling’s tweet came on the heels of Fox News Channel’s Jeanine Pirro – who is also close friends with the President – ripping Sessions as “the most dangerous man in America.”
WATCH: Fox News' Judge Jeanine Pirro pummels Jeff Sessions: 'The most dangerous man in America' pic.twitter.com/krCGa4Ogul
— TV News HQ (@TVNewsHQ) May 20, 2018
Trump supporters believe these tweets are being used to send a message to the President.
And there are signs Trump may soon act.
Trump has long been frustrated with Sessions for the Attorney General’s inability to stand strong in the face of media pressure about Russia.
In an interview on Fox and Friends, Trump hinted he may fire Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein once the Mueller probe wraps up.
This would be welcome news for Trump supporters.
Since Sessions recusal, Rosenstein has acted like he is accountable to no one.
Rosenstein has ripped Congress executing their Constitutional oversight authority as “extortion.”
And Sessions has so far refused to prosecute Hillary Clinton, James Comey, and Andrew McCabe for their obvious crimes.
Nor has Sessions launched leak investigations that would identify any of the leakers who fed classified information to the press and prosecute these criminals to the fullest extent of the law.
Trump supporters are hoping Bolling and Pirro’s tweets are a preview of Trump removing Sessions and Rosenstein.
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