Rosenstein Issues Strong Denial To NYT Report
United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein issued a strong denial on Friday night in response to a New York Times report that alleged he suggested wearing a wire to secretly record the president in a plot to remove the president from office.
JUST IN: New statement from Rod Rosenstein:
“I never pursued or authorized recording the President and any suggestion that I have ever advocated for the removal of the President is absolutely false. “ https://t.co/n3GDr6PPu4
— Peter Alexander (@PeterAlexander) September 22, 2018
“I never pursued or authorized recording the President and any suggestion that I have ever advocated for the removal of the President is absolutely false,” Rosenstein said, according to NBC’s Peter Alexander.
According to the NYT report, he allegedly discussed wearing a wire to record President Donald Trump and volunteered to recruit cabinet officials to potentially remove the president from office by implementing the 25th amendment. (RELATED: Report: Rosenstein Discussed Wearing A Wire In Meetings With Trump)
Despite Rosenstein’s adamant denial, many people have called for the president to fire Rosenstein.
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