The half of the Washington press corps that’s not writing pieces on President Trump’s mindset in the run-up to James Comey’s testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee is trying to wring some news out of the rumored split between Trump and Attorney General Jeff Sessions.

Jim Acosta, CNN’s senior White House correspondent, was on the case Tuesday night while watching some GOP Senators arrive for dinner with the president.

Well then; that’s where things stood at 8:22. But would a White House spokesperson go on record?

The suspense would be killing us if we were particularly attached to Jeff Sessions. Check out the day’s drama, beginning with a piece in the New York Times Monday night.

This would be a good question for Sean Spicer on Tuesday:

That’s not like Spicer.

Just in? JUST IN? Dude, where have you been?

So, after all that, it appears that Sessions isn’t resigning, though he might have threatened to at some point. Hold on; we have a late update:

Here’s a righteous tweet-storm from conservative blogger Brian Cates that sums things up nicely:

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