So you have an Alabama senator who gets this awful rare chance to meet up with a Russian ambassador. If you lined up the last five Alabama Senators....I doubt if any of them had ever met the ambassador.
Weeks pass, and you get offered some job, and the Senate folks want to ask about meeting any foreigners of influence, and you say 'no'.....you never did.
You get confirmed, and then a month later.....it's obvious that you told a fib. What's the deal?
(A) You are pretty Alabama-stupid. (B) You are growing old and forgetful. (C) You are told to get past point A by your chief supporter, and then are able to hand off the special prosecutor situation to someone that your chief supporter tells you is the 'right' guy.
It can only be one of the three answers. Two of them make you look like a loser. The third makes you look like some guy with an agenda designed by your chief supporter....whoever he is.
At this point, I think Sessons has demonstrated he's out of his league, and that he might be compromised because of his incompetence. In other words, he needs to retire back to Alabama.
Mueller? Well....he's got this problem in that his old law firm (before the special prosecutor job) donated a fair sum of money to Hillary Clinton. Mueller himself didn't donate....but his firm did.
Most of Mueller's big-lawyer team? They either donated money to Hillary or were members of legal firms that donated money to Hillary.
At this point, Trump needs to find some legal wiz.....Cruz probably....ensure he's never ever met a Russian, and hire him as the Attorney General. Cruz would then run the investigation business himself because of a lack of Russians in his background.