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BEHNA: These Dem Lawmakers Demand Jeff Sessions Resign Over Reported Russian Ties

After a Washington Post bombshell report published Wednesday claimed Jeff Sessions met with Russia’s Ambassador to the U.S. last year, many Democrat lawmakers are demanding his resignation.

Here are some of the top responses on Twitter.

And we need Attorney General Jeff Sessions – who should have never been confirmed in the first place – to resign. We need it now.

Total staff infection. Democracy at risk. Sessions must follow Flynn and resign. We need a comprehensive nonpartisan investigation.

If this report is true and Attorney General Jeff Sessions lied under oath, he should immediately resign.

Sessions lied under oath & must resign. The American people deserve transparent investigation into Russia’s involvement w/ .

I agree with our Leader, AG Sessions should resign.

AG Sessions is not fit to serve as the top law enforcement officer of our country and must resign.

If it turns out Sessions lied under oath, he of course will be sbjct to criminal prosecution & shld immediately resign.

As Member of Judiciary Committee w/ oversight over Justice Dept, I call on Sessions to resign for lying under oath.

I stand firmly with Ranking Member call for AG Sessions’ resignation.

INBOX: calls on Attorney General Jeff Sessions to resign.

However, Sessions spokesperson, Sarah Isgur Flores, reported the claims he spoke with the ambassador about the campaign are false.

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