REPORT: Strange coincidence: Former Alabama senator tweeted about Sessions right before resignation
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Former Sen. Luther Strange, the Alabama Republican who filled Jeff Sessions’ seat when he became U.S. attorney general, suggested Alabamians elect Sessions back to the Senate just before news broke Wednesday afternoon that Sessions had resigned from the Trump administration.
“Jeff Sessions for Senate in 2020!” Strange tweeted, about two hours before Sessions resigned as attorney general at the request of President Trump.
The article goes on to state the following:
It had been rumored for some time that Trump would push for Sessions’ ouster from his position leading the Department of Justice. Trump often vented about his frustrations with Sessions after the attorney general recused himself from overseeing the Russia investigation.
Jeff Sessions for Senate in 2020! #alpolitics
— Luther Strange (@lutherstrange) November 7, 2018
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