The Washington Post reported Wednesday that Attorney General Jeff Sessions did meet with a Russian envoy while helping the Trump campaign, which contradicts Sessions' Senate testimony in January.
"I have been called a surrogate at a time or two in that campaign, and I did not have communications with the Russians," Sessions said under oath.
The question across news networks Thursday morning was this: "Did Attorney General Jeff Sessions commit perjury?"
In 1999, Sessions strongly supported pursuing perjury charges against President Bill Clinton.
"I'm concerned about a president under oath alleged to have committed perjury," Sessions said at the time. "I hope that he can rebut that and prove that did not happen. I hope he can show he did not commit obstruction of justice."