Eric Bolling was a lot like Fox News’ Sean Hannity in regards to calling out the problems and shortfalls of the DC swamp. While President Trump has promised to contain the swamp, apparently it’s so large that it’s probably going to take longer than expected.
Bolling knows of one other person in the Trump administration who could begin putting an end to the current antics and he’s right — where in the world is AG Jeff Sessions? We used to see him all the time on television and the headlines, but he’s been mysteriously silent as of late…
Former Fox News host and close presidential advisor Eric Bolling took aim at Attorney General Jeff Sessions in a tweet Tuesday.
Has anyone seen Jeff Sessions? Has he been rendered incapacitated? Has he been devoured by the Swamp?
Asking because a real AG would have stepped in and shut down this circus by now.
Worried about him… poor guy.
— Eric Bolling (@ericbolling) May 22, 2018
Bolling’s direct shot at Sessions is the latest in a series of attacks from close presidential advisors in the media directed at the attorney general. The anger of these advisors centers on Sessions’ original recusal from the investigation of the 2016 presidential election and his unwillingness to curb or assist conservative lawmaker’s efforts to shed more light on the probe.
Judge Jeanine Pirro, a Fox News personality and presidential advisor, similarly blasted Sessions Saturday night calling him “the most dangerous man in America,” saying, “The most of powerful prosecutor in the world, the man who holds the scales of justice in his hands, hides behind the coat tails of a Rod Rosenstein.”
WATCH: Fox News' Judge Jeanine Pirro pummels Jeff Sessions: 'The most dangerous man in America' pic.twitter.com/krCGa4Ogul
— TV News HQ (@TVNewsHQ) May 20, 2018
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