Deputy attorney general's job may be in jeopardy

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the House Judiciary

Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies before the House Judiciary

The memo put together by House Intelligence Committee Chairman and Representative Devin Nunes's office reportedly shows Rosenstein approved more surveillance of former Trump campaign aide Carter Page, according to The New York Times.

President Trump offered a cryptic response when asked about Rosenstein's fate on Friday.

According to CNN, President Donald Trump asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the Department of Justice official in the Russian Federation investigation, if he was "on my team".

"Shortly before the House Intelligence Committee voted to make the document public, Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein warned Kelly that the four-page memo prepared by House Republicans could jeopardize classified information and implored the president to reconsider his support for making it public, those people said".

The letter followed the release of a GOP Intelligence panel memo that they called a 'transparent attempt to discredit the hard-working men and women of law enforcement who are investigating Russia's interference with our Presidential election and that nation's ties to your campaign'. "You figure that one out", Trump had replied.

Former FBI Director, James Comey recently testified that President Trump said to him, "I need loyalty, I expect loyalty", during a January 2017 meeting.

Just this Friday, Politico reported that Mueller and his corrupt staff may intend to criminally indict President Trump!

The Nunes memo took aim at a surveillance warrant to monitor former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page and alleged the Federal Bureau of Investigation and Justice Department relied on a dossier prepared by a British intelligence agent whose work was funded in part by Democrats.

Questions were raised by some lawmakers about why Rosenstein did not recuse himself after he was interviewed by the special counsel's team about his role in the Comey firing.

Mueller is leading the special counsel's investigation into any potential ties between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation - one of several investigations into the matter. So we'll see " On June 20, 2012, Obama claimed executive privilege to cover Holder from releasing Fast and Furious documents sought by House investigators.

Two White House officials told the Associated Press last night that Trump is not considering firing Rosenstein.

"If he's going to do it, I think he'll do it in the spring", the attorney said.

Were Trump to fire Rosenstein and set up a slow-motion redux of the 1973 Midnight Massacre, the only question would be if congressional Republicans would stop him.

"This memo totally vindicates "Trump" in probe".

Both of these "criminals" must be dealt with and legally removed from office before it is too late.

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