Sessions survives. Attorney General Jeff Sessions' testimony turned out to be positive for the WH. Sessions had fiery exchanges with some Democrat Senators who tried to push the envelope to entrap him on possible collusion with the Russians. But it didn't work because Sessions, under oath, denied stonewalling, stressed that he had recused himself from the Russian investigation, and cited CFR 45.2 (Code of Federal Regulations) as to why he had to recuse. He agreed with Senator Tom Cotton that the odd questions about Russia was like "through the looking glass."