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President Trump harshly criticized Jeff Sessions for his

President Trump harshly criticized Jeff Sessions for "disappearing in action" and "being afraid" in research on Russia.

He criticized the Attorney General's inaction in a Twitter diatribe that also called the origins of the so-called "dirty dossier" and the false news media, which he believes are ignoring the "great story".

"The big story that the fake media refuses to report is the low life of Christopher Steele in his many meetings with Deputy AG Bruce Ohr and his beautiful wife, Nelly.It was Fusion GPS who hired Steele to write the fake and discredited Dossier, paid for by Crooked Hillary and the DNC … ", he wrote.

Then she said: "Do you think Nelly worked for Fusion and that her husband STILL WORKS FOR THE DEPARTMENT OF & # 39; JUSTICE & # 39 ;? I had never seen anything so rigorous in my life. Our A.G. He is scared and lost in action. Everything starts to reveal itself, it's not pretty. IG report soon? Witch hunt! & # 39;

He was tweeting while on vacation at his club in Bedminster, New Jersey.

Trump began with a barrage of criticism of the FBI, which Trump accused of obstructing a request for public records for text messages from former FBI Director Andrew McCabe.

President Trump harshly criticized Jeff Sessions for his "disappearance in action" and "fear" in research on Russia

He criticized the Attorney General's inaction in a Twitter diatribe that also called the origins of the so-called "dirty dossier" and the false media, which he believes are ignoring the "great story"

& # 39; What are they hiding? & # 39; the president asked, threatening to "have to get involved" personally in internal FBI matters and warning, "DO NOT DESTROY".

Trump appeared in a better mood when he greeted the bikers, who sang & # 39; Four more years! & # 39; and & # 39; EE. UU! & # 39; when he entered the ballroom. Rain fell through the windows and pools formed on the empty golf courses outside.

He quickly pointed to the wet media, prompting teasing and calls to "tell the truth". And he thanked the group, saying that they had been with him from the beginning and that they called his motorcycles the most beautiful motorcycles anyone has ever seen. "

Later he addressed the crowd of followers, shaking hands, posing for selfies and signing autographs.

Trump returned to the podium to poll the crowd in his view of the press, prompting more boos. One joked that the press pool should be thrown out in the rain.

The president largely ignored the shouted questions of the journalists, with the exception of one about former White House aide and star of reality Omarosa Manigault Newman and her new book, which includes outrageous accusations against Trump, often without support.

Trump was in a better mood when he greeted the cyclists on Saturday, who chanted & # 39; Four more years! & # 39; and & # 39; EE. UU! & # 39; when he entered the ballroom. The rain ran through the windows and pools formed in the empty green golf courses.

Trump was in a better mood when he greeted the cyclists on Saturday, who chanted & # 39; Four more years! & # 39; and & # 39; EE. UU! & # 39; when he entered the ballroom. The rain ran through the windows and pools formed in the empty green golf courses.

Trump was in a better mood when he greeted the cyclists on Saturday, who chanted & # 39; Four more years! & # 39; and & # 39; EE. UU! & # 39; when he entered the ballroom. The rain ran through the windows and pools formed in the empty green golf courses.

The president bowed and put his hand around his mouth as if to whisper.

& # 39; Bad life. She is a bad life, "said Trump.

He ignored a question about the ongoing trade negotiations with Mexico, which caused some in the crowd to shout: "Build the wall!"

The White House had said that about 180 motorcyclists would attend the event, including military veterans and members of law enforcement, as well as members of the New Jersey Chapter of Motorcyclists for Trump, whose members frequently attended Trump's campaign rallies. , sometimes facing anti-Trump protesters.

Later, when the rain had abated, Trump left the residence, where the motorcyclists had met their motorcycles on the road. He posed for more photos, defended the oath of loyalty and urged cyclists to accelerate their engines.

"We're going to listen to those engines now," he shouted, gesturing for them to be stronger as the engines roared.

Earlier in the day, Trump's wrath fell on Attorney General Jeff Sessions and the President's alleged enemies at the FBI, including former FBI Director James Comey, McCabe and Peter Strzok, an FBI agent who was removed from the investigation. of Robert Mueller on Russian interference in the 2016 elections after Mueller knew he had expressed distaste for Trump in text messages.

Trump called them "clowns and losers" who had hurt "so many of the great men and women of the FBI."

Trump also relived his frequent attacks on Sessions, calling him "frightened and absent in action." He criticized the senior Justice Department official, Bruce Ohr, who was a friend of Chris Steele, the former British intelligence officer commissioned by a US political research firm to explore Trump's alleged links with the Russian government.

Trump marked the anniversary of the deadly clashes in Charlottesville, Virginia, with a tweet saying he condemns "all kinds of racism and acts of violence."

Last year, Trump said there was "both sides' fault" for the violence that erupted when white nationalists headed to Charlottesville to protest the elimination of Confederate statutes and marched through the city shouting racist insults. Trump said then that the group included "very good people."

In the tweet on Saturday, Trump said the "riots in Charlottesville a year ago caused death and division without meaning."

& # 39; We must unite as a nation. I condemn all types of racism and acts of violence. Peace to ALL Americans! & # 39; he wrote.

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