(CNSNews.com) - Shortly after tweeting his intention to undo President Obama's transgenders-in-the-military policy, President Trump returned to the sore spot in his White House -- Attorney General Jeff Sessions.
In two tweets, the president wrote:
"Why didn't A.G. Sessions replace Acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, a Comey friend who was in charge of Clinton investigation but got.......big dollars ($700,000) for his wife's political run from Hillary Clinton and her representatives. Drain the Swamp!"
Earlier on Wednesday morning, President Trump's new Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci said he doesn't believe President Trump is trying to undermine Sessions:
"I actually don't view it that way," Scaramucci told "Fox & Friends." I think what the president is trying to do is, trying to signal to people that I need your loyalty, I need your advocacy, if you're doing things I don't like, I'm going to express that. He's not a Washingtonian, we're both New Yorkers--"
"Does he want a new attorney general, Anthony?" anchor Steve Doocy interrupted.
"I don't know the answer to that," Scaramucci responded. "He's handling himself in an a-typical way for the presidency, and you could see that last night in Ohio, you could see it the night before in West Viriginia.
"The reason why the American people love this man so much is that he's direct -- direct to the messenger, direct to the citizen, and he's also expressing his displeasure. And I would say to people in this town that are working with the president -- stay tough, express your opinion, be loyal, and have confidence in yourself that you can get the job done."