President Donald Trump drew some attention on Monday when he tweeted his disappointment that two Republican congressmen were hit with criminal charges so soon before November's mid-term elections ... and directing that disappointment towards Attorney General Jeff Sessions for not letting the representatives slide.
Hunter and his wife, Margaret, were indicted last month on charges of illegally converting $250,000 in campaign funds for personal expenses and filing false records, while Collins was indicted earlier in August on insider-trading charges.
Mr Trump, who did not address the specifics of the charges, did not name the Republicans he was referring to on Twitter.
Trump followed up the first tweet with another, saying Democrats must now love Sessions, just like "Lyin' James Comey". If the charges end up being dropped as a result of Trump's tweet, then Toobin would have a stronger argument.
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"The United States is not some banana republic with a two-tiered system of justice - one for the majority party and one for the minority party".
Despite Trump's claim that both investigations began under Democratic President Barack Obama, Collins was charged over trades in June 2017 - almost six months after Trump took office. The president blasted Sessions for failing to rein in what he called an "illegal investigation" by Special Counsel Robert Mueller into whether Trump and his campaign aides colluded with Russians in the 2016 election.
Trump pointed to the popularity of the two men who faced an easy re-election before being indicted. Immediately he became a wonderful man, a saint like figure in fact.
Mr Trump suggested Mr Sessions could lose his job in July past year when he said "time will tell" what happens to him. Flynn has pleaded guilty to lying to the Federal Bureau of Investigation. Trump did not have any public events Monday.
The White House had no comment on Trump's tweets, but said he chose to not leave the White House and focus on trade calls.
"I think there will come a time, sooner rather than later, where it will be time to have a new face and a fresh voice at the Department of Justice", Sen.