CNN anchor S.E. Cupp on Saturday afternoon mocked former U.S. Attorney General Jeff Sessions for "groveling" to Donald Trump in his first Senate campaign advertisement despite being verbally berated by the president.
"President Trump called him weak, confused, ineffective. He allegedly called him a dumb southerner and according to The New York Times, an idiot to his face. How has Jeff Sessions—his fired Attorney General—responded to those humiliating insults. Take a look," Cupp said, before playing a clip from the ad.
Also taking a parting shot at Ted Cruz S.E asks "If someone insults my spouse, my father, my faith, and my ethnicity I am pretty sure I can't be friends anymore. What happened to Ted Cruz?"
I agree with S.E. Cupp. Perfectly valid question. Jeff Sessions was hounded and humiliated by the President for having done the ethically right thing to excuse himself from investigation. Now he is crawling on knees pledging total submission and surrender. All this for what? Is it worth the dignity? That is despite the fact that he is already conservative and principled enough to run for Senate in a conservative state of Alabama on his own demonstrated record. This fear that a fellow party President can hurt the campaign is something unprecedented in American history. And that's not good for democracy
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