The attorney General trump has secret contacts with the Russian Ambassador, – The Washington Post

Генпрокурор Трампа скрыл контакты с послом России, - The Washington Post

Jeff Sessions

U.S. attorney General Jeff sessions last year during the presidential campaign twice met with the Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Sergei Kislyak, writes The Washington Post.

The publication reports that the sessions when he was a Senator allegedly held a “private conversation” Kislyak in his office in September last year. Another meeting between politicians, according to the newspaper, took place in July 2016.

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The publication notes that the sessions are not informed about these meetings at the hearings in the U.S. Congress, when asked about whether he had contact with representatives of Russia.

“I know nothing about such actions … I had no contact with the Russians,” said he then.

According to officials sessions did not believe that conversations with Kislyak correspond to the questions of the legislators and does not remember their details.

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As attorney-General sessions controls the FBI and the Department of justice, which lead the investigation against aides of trump and the Russian intervention in elections.

Democratic lawmakers, including members of the judiciary Committee of the Senate, demanded that sessions recused himself.

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