The announcement of Session's firing came during a chaotic press conference in which the would-be dictator publicly chastised a reporter from CNN for exercising his First Amendment rights. Jim Acosta refused to release the microphone to a female White House aide while asking the man follow-up questions. Hair Further called him a "rude", "terrible person" and suggested he should be fired for touching the female aide. After the conference, the White House yanked Acosta's press credentials, drawing protests from across the Fifth Estate. Histrionics aside, Mr. Yuge should remember his history: firing Cox did not work out well for Nixon. The firing intensified efforts in Congress to widen and continue the investigation of the President's high crimes and misdemeanors, headed by Cox's replacement, Leon Jarowski. Nixon was eventually forced to resign in disgrace after the House voted for a bill of impeachment.
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Wackdoodle sez: "You're fired!