A sharply divided USA electorate heads to the polls Tuesday to elect a new Congress and to render a midterm verdict on President Donald Trump.
Any move to fire Sessions or his deputy, Rod Rosenstein, would light a fire of controversy in Washington over the president's efforts to control or interfere in Special Counsel Robert Mueller III's investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election and its coordination with United States persons toward that end.
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The U.S. midterm elections are just a couple weeks away and concerns remain around the potential impact of the outcome, particularly as it relates to the USMCA.
A pre-midterms Ipsos poll for the Daily Beast found that "investigating and potentially impeaching" Mr Trump was the number one priority for self-identified Democratic voters.
Voters across America are going to the polls today for the midterm elections.
The Republican party now has majority in both the Senate and the House and Trump and his team left no stone unturned to campaign in favour of his Republican party. In Georgia, Democratic campaign volunteer Adrienne White said she struggled to recruit volunteers ahead of the 2016 presidential election but that it's been easy this year, especially among women.
Incumbent Republicans are in close races, including freshman Brian Fitzpatrick in suburban Philadelphia, three-term Scott Perry in southcentral Pennsylvania and three-term Keith Rothfus in suburban Pittsburgh. At rallies in Cleveland; Fort Wayne, Indiana; and finally here in Cape Girardeau, Missouri, his remarks were laced with his usual, acerbic attacks on his adversaries - "radical", "left-wing socialists", "corrupt", "the Democrat mob" - and accusations that Democrats would raise taxes, destroy Medicare and take over the American health care system.
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The clip falsely claimed Democrats let into the U.S. an undocumented Mexican immigrant who murdered two California sheriff's deputies in 2014.
Trump has repeatedly ratcheted up his warnings about Democrats wanting to encourage the immigration of violent criminals and rapists.
"Like 2016, this will be decided by those who vote on Election Day", he wrote in a tweet Monday.
An election analyst might say he is conceding the House. "That changes a lot", Wallace said.
He made no effort to distance himself from the harshness of his campaign, including an advertisement it produced that was deemed racist and was ultimately rejected by several networks, including his favorite, Fox News, as too offensive to air.
Heye says the challenge for a lot of Republicans is that what's good for GOP lawmakers on Capitol Hill and what's good for the president aren't necessarily the same thing. "I'm here to say that hatred is not going to win".
"I can't stand the awful things he says and the bad things he's doing", said Bagin, who plans to vote Democratic Tuesday. "But right now they are in their mode and we are in our mode". We want to keep our journalism open and accessible and be able to keep providing you with news and analyses from the frontlines of Israel, the Middle East and the Jewish World.
Both sides are fired up; with long lines at the polls and early voting numbers shattering those from 2014. "Anyone caught will be subject to the Maximum Criminal Penalties allowed by law".
"A vote for any Democrat this November is a vote to really put extreme far left politicians in charge of Congress and to destroy your jobs, slash your incomes, undermine your safety and put illegal aliens before American citizens", Trump said during a rally Saturday in Pensacola, Florida.
Democrat and former speaker Nancy Pelosi serves as House minority leader.