In Interview Just After Being Fired, Sessions Called Duration of Mueller Probe 'Unhealthy'Chuck Ross
The Daily Caller
Nov. 10, 2018
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In an interview just after being forced to resign as attorney general on Wednesday, Jeff Sessions stood by his decision to recuse himself from overseeing the Mueller probe, while acknowledging that the length of the investigation has proved “unhealthy.”
Sessions spoke to Wall Street Journal’s Judith Miller as he was leaving the Justice Department.
Sessions told Miller that he did not expect the Mueller probe would last as long as it has. And though he suggested the 18 month investigation has lasted too long, he said that “the country is committed to this course.”
He said that he is “confident” that the investigation is being handled “appropriately and with justification.”
[...]Sessions stood by his decision to recuse, which was recommended by DOJ attorneys.
“No one is above supervision,” he told Miller.