“This is a secret innuendo being leaked out there about me, and I don’t appreciate it,” Sessions told Wyden.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions on Tuesday accused Sen. Ron Wyden (D-OR) of promoting a secret innuendo leaked about Sessions during his testimony before the Select Intelligence Committee.
Wyden asked Sessions what aspects of his recusal from the Russian investigation were “problematic,” a claim that former FBI Director James Comey had previously made.
“Why don’t you tell me? There are none, Senator Wyden. There are none. I can tell you that with absolute certainty,” Sessions responded vigorously. “This is a secret innuendo being leaked out there about me, and I don’t appreciate it.”
“People are suggesting through innuendo that I have been not honest about matters, and I’ve tried to be honest,” Sessions concluded.
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