While appearing on MSNBC, Elizabeth Warren stated on Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ recusal from any investigation on the 2016 election, that she would be “very glad” for him to quit.
Warren did not blame Sessions for his recusal and questioned Trump’s remarks, but insisted she would still welcome a decision by Sessions to step down from his post.
“I’d be very glad for Jeff Sessions to quit and get someone else in as attorney general of the United States,” she said. “I believe firmly Jeff Sessions should not be the number-one lawmaker in America. He is right now the one who is responsible for enforcing our laws, and his views on many of those laws, I think, head us in the wrong direction — on civil rights, on drugs, on private prisons.”
“There are many reasons for Jeff Sessions not to be attorney general.”