President Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions are making strides in draining the Washington D.C. swamp.
Both men initiated important steps to challenge the power and money in Washington.
Trump’s decision to fire James Comey as FBI head was important.
Comey’s testimony showed his primary interest was in keeping his job and that he would do anything to do so.
When Comey was pressured to change the label of the Hillary Clinton email investigation from an investigation to a “matter” he obeyed.
Comey also orchestrated a damaging New York Times story about Trump by leaking a memo of a conversation he had with the president.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions took a major step in turning off funds that went to community activist groups.
Sessions ended the practice where companies were required to send millions of dollars to non-profit organizations including community activist groups as part of settlements from federal lawsuits.
It's a big swamp but Trump and Sessions have started the process to drain it.