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"Sessions could make a bid for his old Senate seat after being fired from his job as a turn. Each multiple reports. Say sessions is considering running for the Alabama seat. He held for twenty years before leaving to join the traffic ministration this seat is currently being held by democrat Doug Jones who won session seat after a hard-fought special election against Republican ROY Moore, and the new acting attorney general is taking over the Russia probe. Matthew Whitaker will now oversee special counsel Robert Muller's investigation that probe was being managed by deputy attorney general rod Rosenstein, whatever has thirty to fire Mueller but only for cause such as misconduct. No word tonight on Rosenstein future. He was on the job today attending a previously scheduled White House meeting. That's NBC news. Correspondent Pete Williams. President Trump is cheering the midterm election results in a White House. News conference today. Trump said it was very close to a complete victory for Republicans. He noted Republicans. Boosted their majority in the Senate, and he patted himself on the back for helping to get some key Republicans over the finish line. Former New York City mayor Rudy Giuliani appears in court today is part of a bitter divorce battle Giuliani's estranged wife is seeking money for their shared homes in sixty three thousand dollars a month in spousal assistance. The lawyers for Judith Nathan and Giuliani argued back and forth in front of a judge. She claims Giuliani made more than nine million last year and resigned from a nice gig to be President Trump's lawyer. She also says Giuliani's been spending thousands on cigars and pens. Giuliani's lawyer argued as clients income as significantly dropped off at Scott Pringle, reporting on the story from New York, and for the first time in thirteen years less than a majority of Americans say crime is a very or extremely serious problem. A new Gallup poll showed forty nine percent thought it was very or extremely serious problem. But that number is down ten percent from where it was a year ago. You're listening to the latest from NBC News Radio, man. We love the fall around here. Football games fall gatherings.."