Everything Attorney General Jeff Sessions Has Forgotten Under Oath

29. Whether in his meeting with Kislyak, Sessions raised the question of Russia’s support for Syrian dictator Bashar Al Assad.

30. Whether, in that same meeting, he raised the issue of Russia’s interference in our electoral process.

31. Whether, as chairman of the Strategic Forces Subcommittee, he raised any Russia-related security issues with Kislyak.

32. What Kislyak wanted to discuss in that meeting in the first place. (“I don’t recall.”)

Oversight hearing with Senate Judiciary Committee

October 18, 2017

33. Whether he discussed literally anything about emails with Russian officials.

34. Whether he discussed any policies of the Trump presidency with Russian officials. (“I met with 26 ambassadors in the last year and [Kislyak] was one of them. He came into my office with two of my senior defense specialists and met with me for a while, and I don’t recall any conversation about…what was this last subject?”)

35. Whether the Special Counsel has contacted him regarding an interview.

36. Whether there was a formal process behind President Trump’s decision to pardon Arizona Sheriff Joe Arpaio. (“I am not personally at this moment prepared to give you an accurate answer, because I don’t know that I remember or know it precisely.”)

37. Whether any other president has ever personally interviewed a state attorney general candidate, besides Trump doing so for New York.

38. Whether he was involved in the decision to dismiss all of the US attorneys without any warning. (“I can’t believe I can’t remember that.”)

Oversight Hearing With House Judiciary Committee

November 14, 2017

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39. A second shot at his his October 18 testimony, stating he had no knowledge of Trump campaign officials having conversations with Russians or foreign officials. Both George Papadopoulos and Carter Page have since testified that they told Sessions about their contacts with Russians. (“When I was asked in October about the matter—did I have any knowledge of anyone who had talked to the Russians?— I indicated that I had not recalled that meeting when that occurred, but I would have been pleased to respond and explain it if I’d recalled it.”)

40. Whether he talked to George Papadapoulos and Carter Page about engaging with Russia. (“I do now recall the March 2016 meeting at the Trump Hotel that Mr. Papadopoulos attended, but I have no clear recollection of the details of what he said at that meeting.”)

41. Whether anyone else, including Trump, reacted to George Papadopoulos’s request to engage with the Kremlin.

42. Whether he communicated with anyone in the campaign about the same after the March 31 meeting.

43. Whether he ever discussed Papadopoulos’s effort with any members of Congress. (“I don’t recall at this moment sitting here any such discussions.”)

44. Whether he discussed any changes to the Republican platform with General Michael Flynn at any point during the campaign.

45. Whether Carter Page told him he was going to Moscow at a June 30 meeting at the Capitol Hill Club. (“I don’t recall that conversation, but I’m not able to dispute it.”)

46. Why James Comey was allowed to confirm the existence of the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation on March 20, 2017.

47. Whether he told Carter Page he shouldn’t go to Russia.

So there you go! One hopes, given the apparent fog of the campaign, that Sessions has since invested in a notebook, or perhaps a day planner, heck, even an intern, to record these kinds of details going forward.

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