American President Donald Trump has removed the country's solicitor Jeff Sessions from the post. Giving information in a tweet to his decision, Trump said that instead of Sessions, Matthew will temporarily replace his Chief of Staff Matthew G. Whitaker. Trump tweeted, "We thank Advocate General Jeff Sessions for their services and give them best wishes for the future."
At the same time, Jeff Sessions has written in a letter that he is resigning at the behest of President Trump. Seshans wrote in his letter, "Dear President, I am submitting my resignation on your say." While thanking President Trump, Sessions wrote, "The most important thing is that in my tenure as a solicitor, we established the rule of law."
President Donald Trump lost trust in his superior, Jeff Sessions, who assumed law and order. Sessions had withdrawn himself from the investigation of Russia's alleged intervention in the US elections last year. Since then, his Deputy Road Rosenstein was looking at this politically significant investigation.