The Trump administration says Attorney General Jeff Sessions was acting as a then-U.S. senator when he talked to Russia’s ambassador at an event during last year’s Republican National Convention in Cleveland, but Mr. Sessions paid for convention travel expenses out of his own political funds and he spoke about Donald Trump’s campaign at the event, according to a person at the event and campaign-finance records.And remember he said under oath that he "did not have communications with the Russians" and a lie under oath is called perjury. And remember, he voted "guilty" on President Clinton's perjury charge.
Mr. Sessions made comments related to Mr. Trump’s presidential campaign at a Heritage Foundation event during the Republican convention in July, when he met with Russian Ambassador Sergei Kislyak, according to a person at the event in Cleveland.
So far, all he's doing is recusing himself. He needs to resign.
And an independent investigation needs to be set up into Trump's Russian connections.