Trump Polled Staff on Air Force One Whether to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Polled Staff on Air Force One Whether to Fire Rosenstein

Trump Polled Staff on Air Force One Whether to Fire Rosenstein

The reported conversation about possibly secretly recording the president took place at a tense May 2017 meeting during the tumultuous period that followed Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey. "If he's not involved, leave him alone".

Asked if there had been discussion of removing Trump via the 25th amendment, Pompeo said "not remotely".

"We believe our first duty is to this country, and the president continues to act in a manner that is detrimental to the health of our republic", the writer said.

At the time of his firing, McCabe said the attacks against him were "part of this administration's ongoing war on the FBI" that "only highlights the importance of the special counsel's work" investigating whether the Trump campaign conspired with Russian Federation.

A Fox News poll released on Sunday showed support for Mr Trump's pick was wavering among the public with just 40 per cent of voters saying they would confirm, down five per cent from a month ago.

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"This story must not be used as a pretext for the corrupt goal of firing Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein in order (to) install an official who will allow the president to interfere with the Special Counsel's investigation", Schumer said.

"I've been pretty clear since my beginning of service here in this administration", he said. The Justice Department issued a statement from one of the participants in the meeting who described the remark as sarcastic. "Give Rod a chance to explain whether it's true and the context in which it was said".

Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh and Hurricane Florence were the top names in news headlines this past week.

Lawmakers also have said that they may issue subpoenas for Mr. McCabe's memos, the contents of which consistently get leaked to media outlets but have not been provided to Congress. Several people were in the room, including McCabe and former Federal Bureau of Investigation counsel Lisa Page.

Democrats have warned Trump not to use the Times report as a pretext for firing Rosenstein and interfering with the Mueller probe. At a rally in Missouri on Friday night, the president said that "95 percent" of Justice Department and Federal Bureau of Investigation employees support him, but "you've got some real bad ones" still inside.

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