Allen West: It is Undignified for the president to publicly shame AG Jeff Sessions

In this video interview on FOX News with host Neil Cavuto, former Congressman Allen B. West address President Donald Trump’s public shaming of his Attorney General Jeff Sessions. The interview starts out with some inputs from leading GOP Senators who fully support the AG. Then, Mr. West makes no bones about what makes for good leadership behaviors, and the President’s actions, in this case, do not make the grade. See how Allen West thinks the President should treat his staff by watching the video.

The story began to unfold July 4, 2017. Report by WSB Radio:

President Donald Trump has spoken with advisers about firing Attorney General Jeff Sessions, as he continues to rage against Sessions’ decision to recuse himself from all matters related to the Russia investigation.

The president’s anger again bubbled into public view Monday as he referred to Sessions in a tweet as “beleaguered.” Privately, Trump has speculated aloud to allies in recent days about the potential consequences of firing Sessions, according to three people who have recently spoken to the president. They demanded anonymity to discuss private conversations.

Trump often talks about making staff changes without following through, so those who have spoken with the president cautioned that a change may not be imminent or happen at all. What is clear is that Trump remains furious that the attorney general recused himself from the investigations.

“So why aren’t the Committees and investigators, and of course our beleaguered A.G., looking into Crooked Hillarys crimes & Russia relations?” Trump tweeted Monday. His tweet came just hours before his son-in-law, White House senior adviser Jared Kushner, traveled to Capitol Hill to be interviewed about his meetings with Russians. Keep reading here – WSB RADIO

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