Attorney General Jeff Sessions is under fire for not disclosing two private conversations with Russia's ambassador to the U.S.
Last night the Washington Post reported then-Senator Sessions had one-on-one conversations twice last year with Russia's ambassador to the US. The AG says the meetings related to his Senate position as a senior member of the Armed Services Committee, not Trump campaign matters. However, the second meeting, at Session's Senate office, was in September. That was in the midst of allegations about Trump campaign contacts with Russia. Sessions was a prominent surrogate and advisor for the Trump campaign.
Should Sessions have to recuse himself from Justice's investigation of the Trump campaign, or even resign from his post?
Greg Myre, national security correspondent at National Public Radio
Mike Fuchs, senior fellow at the Center for American Progress; he worked at the State Department under Secretary Hillary Clinton
Bre Payton, reporter for The Federalist, a conservative online news magazine