Padraig, Which one? AG Jeff Sessions or President Trump? If you mean AG Jeff Sessions, I think you would be surprised if you listened to the hearings. I am not sure that I saw any news reports which appeared to present all of the facts. If you are referring to Mr. Sessions, why do you feel that way? I found this article which puts the blame on Sessions for not going directly forward with the investigation in question but the problem is and this was highlighted in the hearings that since President Trump stated in a tweet that this investigation should be done, it left Sessions in an awkward situation to put it lightly. Mr. Sessions is not supposed to be influenced by the President in these matters, therefore, in my understanding he needed to move cautiously which he has. http://www.foxnews.com/opinion/2017...ew-chapter-in-hillary-clinton-chronicles.html (I posted a similar article to this the day before the hearings.) Maybe I'm naïve but I believe Mr. Sessions when he has stated that he met with the Russian Ambassador as part of his job as a US Senator and not in regards to anything related to Donald Trump's campaign. Here is another interesting story about US politics, I apologize for going off track a little but it is still generally related. Kirsten Gillibrand says Bill Clinton should have resigned, as old allegations resurface By Eli Rosenberg November 17 at 12:53 AM https://www.washingtonpost.com/news...allegations-resurface/?utm_term=.68439e71de73 Kristen Gillibrand is the US Senator who took Hillary Clinton's spot when Hillary became US Sec. of State. It's wonderful to see that Ms. Gillibrand is standing on principal also. BTW, Hillary is born in Chicago, Ill. where Pres. Obama was Senator, I continue to wonder why they didn't try and help Chicago a bit better than they did???