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Maggie Haberman
Trump sent word to Sessions over a week ago that he could face pain if he runs. So Republicans were mostly surprised he went ahead with it. So far, Trump has stayed quiet. via
The former attorney general and four-term senator risks reigniting attacks from President Trump, who could undermine his standing in the primary race.
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Ethan Daniel Nov 7
Maybe Sessions could seek protection from a rival crime family?
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Erik the Rural Juror Nov 7
I believe he's currently living in the witless protection program.
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Molly Jong-Fast🏡 Nov 7
Replying to @maggieNYT @nytimes
I could not love this anymore if it was my child
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Anthony Zurcher Nov 7
Replying to @MollyJongFast
LetThemFight.gif
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stormin normin Nov 7
Replying to @maggieNYT @nytimes
Here in Alabama the natives still really like Sessions and Trump. They haven’t figured out that they’re at odds. This is gonna be a wild ride, can only help Sen Jones, as he is only candidate who comes across as being sane.
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Susan Jackson Nov 7
Wish I believed that, but many of my fellow Alabamians will vote GOP no matter what. I think Roy Moore was an aberration. I’d love to be proven wrong!
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Midwin Charles Nov 7
Replying to @maggieNYT @nytimes
Pain? Is he a crime boss or the president of the United States of America?
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Dee Nov 7
He is a crime boss who conned his way into the presidency😡😡
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Rachel Slur 💛💜❤️⚖️ Nov 7
I don’t think Sen. is as vulnerable as pundits say. He stands an excellent chance of re-election against Sessions
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The Complainster Nov 7
But, Moore rematch is better.
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