Fox News senior judicial analyst Judge Andrew Napolitano discusses how former Navy sailor Kristian Saucier may sue Barack Obama, for what he calls unequal protection under the law.
But when an aide mentioned Sessions, Trump abruptly ended the conversation and unmuted the television in his office broadcasting Fox News, dismissing the staffer to resume watching cable, according to a person familiar with the exchange.
In March, President Donald Trump pardoned Saucier for his crime of mishandling classified information.
The report is certain to provide Trump fodder for his criticism of federal law enforcement as the Russian Federation investigation continues and for his ongoing war of words with James Comey, the FBI director whom Trump fired and who oversaw the Clinton email investigation. We want them to correct the wrong....
On this September 15, 2016, file picture, then-Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton provides a thumbs up as she boards her marketing campaign airplane at Westchester County Airport in White Plains, N.Y.
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In a recent interview on Fox & Friends, Vermont resident Saucier admitted that he made a mistake at age 22 in a misguided attempt to get some mementos or keepsakes of his Navy service.
Clinton, who kept classified national security documents on a private e-mail server, was not charged with a crime, with former FBI Director Comey merely calling the use of the private server "extremely careless". This case could have been handled at a much lower level within the military, as it should have been, because I was active duty at the time.
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Saucier, 31, was under house arrest at the time of the pardon, and after getting permission, he said that he removed his ankle bracelet (see video clip embedded below).
Pardoned picture-taking submarine sailor Kristian Saucier plans to sue former President Barack Obama and former Federal Bureau of Investigation chief James Comey for picking on him but not prosecuting Hillary Clinton, his attorney told Fox News on Monday. D'Souza, a conservative filmmaker who has produced documentaries critical of both Obama and Clinton, was found to have committed a minor campaign finance violation.