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White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said President Trump's "disappointment" with Attorney General Jeff Sessions for recusing himself from the Russia probe is not going away any time soon.

The president is "frustrated and disappointed" in Sessions for recusing from the investigation after his meetings as senator with the Russian ambassador came under scrutiny, the newly appointed press secretary said on "Fox & Friends."

Trump vented his exasperation with his long-time supporter on Twitter Tuesday morning, saying Sessions has taken a "weak position on Hillary Clinton crimes."

"That frustration certainly hasn't gone away and I don't think it will," Sanders stated.

Trump and most of America feel the Russia allegations are "a complete hoax," but the president is nevertheless attacked every day by the media, she continued.

Sanders said she has not had any discussions about potential replacements for Sessions, but "that's a decision that if the president wants to make he certainly will."

"It's time to clear that air and move forward."

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