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Should Attorney General Jeff Sessions appoint a second special prosecutor?

Screenshot from Fox News' YouTube video: Sessions opens door to special counsel on Uranium One
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For some time now, Republicans have been pushing for a second special prosecutor to look into matters involving Russia and the 2016 presidential election. They have deep concerns when it comes to the FBI’s handling of the investigation into Hillary Clinton’s emails while Secretary of State, any wrongdoing by the Clinton Foundation and also the Uranium One sale to Russia, as well as other issues. House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlattle (R-Va) has twice asked for the appointment of a second special prosecutor, once in July and then again in September. It now appears the chairman may get his wish as it is reported that Attorney General Jeff Sessions is considering the appointment of a second special prosecutor. According to reports, he has directed senior prosecutors to look into the matters and report back to his top deputy on whether or not a special prosecutor is needed. With the attorney general now considering the matter, it begs the question: Should Jeff Sessions appoint a second special prosecutor?

People who want a second special prosecutor believe one is needed because Robert Mueller’s investigation doesn’t go far enough. They feel he is only looking at President Trump, when he really needs to look at Hillary Clinton and the Democrats’ connections to Russia. People feel that the Uranium One sale is very questionable and needs to be looked at to make sure nothing illegal happened. Plus, they feel that the FBI’s investigation of Hillary Clinton’s emails was very poorly done and needs to be reexamined. They believe that the only way the country will get the whole truth is if everyone is investigated, not just President Trump.

Those against the idea of a second special prosecutor feel that it would be a desperate attempt to distract people from the Trump scandals. They also see it as grounds for impeachment because they contend the Trump administration would be guilty of obstruction of justice. Also, many feel it would be proof that President Trump is using the Department of Justice as a weapon against his political enemies. They believe that, if this step is taken, we really are living in a dictatorship.

Fox News covering Jeff Sessions considering a 2nd special prosecutor:

The Issue

Should Attorney General Jeff Sessions appoint a second special prosecutor? Is one needed to find out the whole truth about the 2016 election? Or, if one is appointed, would Donald Trump be guilty of obstructing justice?

Yes, appoint a second special prosecutor

People who want a second special prosecutor say that one is desperately needed. They feel that Robert Mueller’s investigation is not going far enough. They believe that the Democrats and Hillary Clinton need to be investigated also.

No, don’t appoint a second special prosecutor

Those against a second special prosecutor say that, if one is appointed, then you know we are now living in a dictatorship. They feel that the president is using the DOJ to go after his political enemies.

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