Trump ratcheted up the pressure on Sessions in recent weeks, describing him on Twitter as “beleaguered” and “ VERY weak,” and may well return to this theme if and when Sessions’s involvement is back in the news.
Comey himself will be a key witness to any obstruction case.
One is Sally Yates, the fired acting attorney general who warned the White House that Flynn may be compromised and that Flynn had misled Vice President Mike Pence about his conversations with the Russian ambassador.
Ahead of her testimony before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee in May, Trump suggested Yates leaked classified information to the press.
Over the years, Trump has used his Twitter account to target many different people.
They now include potential witnesses in Mueller’s investigation.
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Those matters involve whether the president impeding investigations into Michael Flynn and Russian election interference, and are reportedly under scrutiny by special counsel Robert Mueller and the Senate Judiciary Committee.