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Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, President Trump reschedule meeting, White House reports

One year ago   |   By KCCI

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and President Donald Trump reschedule a meeting meant for Monday to Thursday of this week, according to the White House.
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Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein not fired, will meet with Trump Thursday

Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein not fired, will meet with Trump Thursday

One year ago   |   By ABC

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein headed to the White House Monday morning amid reports he was expecting to be fired, but instead, he will meet with President Donald Trump Thursday with an uncertain fate.
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Rosenstein expecting to lose job, heads to White House

One year ago   |   By Boston Herald

WASHINGTON - Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein headed to the White House Monday expecting to lose his job, a person familiar with the situation told The Associated Press. The development followed revelations that Rosenstein had made comments critical of President Donald Trump, including discussing possibly secretly recording the president and invoking the Constitution to have the Cabinet remove him from office, Trump himself was in New York for a meeting of the U.N. General Assembly.
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Rod Rosenstein Out: Here's Who Donald Trump Could Ask to Fire Robert Mueller Now

One year ago   |   By Newsweek

The deputy attorney general is reportedly expected to leave his position, which would leave Solicitor General Noel Francisco next in line to take over the special counsel's investigation.
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Rod Rosenstein Expected to End the Day Without a Job

Rod Rosenstein Expected to End the Day Without a Job

One year ago   |   By Newser

That Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will end the day without a job seems all but certain. What's unclear is how it will come to pass. Rosenstein on Monday went to the White House, and various reports say he has resigned, plans to, or will be fired. The development comes...
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Rosenstein Heads To The White House In Wake Of Report He Secretly Recorded Trump

One year ago   |   By NPR

Reports suggest that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein may be leaving the Justice Department. This follows a New York Times story he suggested secretly recording President Trump.
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California Demands PG&E Compensate Customers Affected By Forced Power Outage

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Robert Olsen Found Not Guilty Of Murder In Killing Of Unarmed Naked Man

Robert Olsen Found Not Guilty Of Murder In Killing Of Unarmed Naked Man

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McConnell 'gravely concerned' about U.S. response to Syrian conflict

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Trump 'Strongly Condemns' Violent Fake Video

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Inside Mark Zuckerberg's private meetings with conservative pundits

Inside Mark Zuckerberg's private meetings with conservative pundits

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Trump's former Russia aide set to testify in impeachment probe

Trump's former Russia aide set to testify in impeachment probe

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Adam Schiff Says Whistleblower May Not Testify, Safety ‘Primary Interest'

Adam Schiff Says Whistleblower May Not Testify, Safety ‘Primary Interest'

President Trump has ramped up his attacks on the whistleblower, demanding to know their identity while railing against the impeachment inquiry as a "coup." Read more ...

Press organization condemns violence against journalists depicted at...

Press organization condemns violence against journalists depicted at pro-Trump event

The White House Correspondents' Association on Sunday night condemned “a video reportedly shown” at a pro-Trump event held at a Trump resort in Miami that depicted graphic... Read more ...

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Kurds look to Syria for protection after U.S. pullout

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Twitter Removes Trump Campaign Video After Queen Complains About...

Twitter Removes Trump Campaign Video After Queen Complains About Unauthorized Song

The band objected to the campaign's use of "We Will Rock You" in a video tweeted by Trump. Read more ...