In advance of Attorney General Jeff Sessions’ testimony on Wednesday, October 18 before the Senate Judiciary Committee, non-partisan watchdog group American Oversight called on senators to pose the following questions to Sessions:
“With so many questions surrounding his personal conduct, his management of the Department of Justice, and his adherence to equal justice under the law, there has never been more important time for the Senate to get answers from Attorney General Sessions under oath,” said American Oversight Executive Director Austin Evers. “From the administration’s use of personal email accounts, to blatant misrepresentations on security clearances, and swirling questions about Russia’s influence, the American people demand – and deserve – the truth.”
American Oversight has opened numerous investigations into actions by Attorney General Sessions’ Justice Department. To date, American Oversight has confirmed that Sessions had omitted contacts with foreign government officials on his SF-86 background check form, confirmed the existence of an investigation into Harvard University’s affirmative action practices, and forced the Department of Justice to admit that there was no evidence to support President Trump’s ‘wiretapping’ allegations.