There’s no question when President Trump is unhappy with the performance of one of his top administration officials.
Trump reveals all via Twitter, and what he’s been telling us for some months now is that he’s none-too-pleased with Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The president has used social media a number of times to jab Sessions over the latter’s failure to move on from the Russia investigations and on to more substantial matters – like finally putting Hillary Clinton behind bars.
That whole situation might soon be coming to a head, which means Session’s removal and replacement with someone a LOT tougher.
When it comes to a job like that, there’s really only a handful of great options, and at the top of the list is none other than Rudy Giuliani.
Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, Eric Holder and Loretta Lynch better start lawyering up…
President Donald Trump is reportedly thinking about bringing former New York City Mayor Rudy Giuliani on as his Attorney General, White House sources told Axios on Monday.
Axios’ Mike Allen wrote that Trump “has recently pondered the idea of nominating Giuliani” for the job currently held by Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
The news came soon after Trump’s latest broadside at the “beleaguered” head of his Justice Department.
Giuliani is best remembered as one of New York City’s greatest mayors. But before that, he was a tough-as-nails New York City prosecutor.
No doubt, Giuliani would make a fantastic attorney general.