Atty. Gen. Jeff Sessions, who served as a top campaign advisor to President Trump, diminished his own role in crafting foreign policy during his Senate testimony Tuesday.
Sessions chaired Trump's foreign policy advisory committee, normally a point of pride. But as the campaign's Russia ties have come under scrutiny, Sessions sought to downplay his influence.
“We met a couple times maybe ...," Sessions said in response to a question. "But we never functioned, frankly, Mr. Chairman, as a coherent team.”