POLL: Was Rosenstein really looking for a way to secretly record and oust President Trump?
The New York Times released a bombshell story Friday afternoon, reporting that last spring, shortly after President Trump had fired FBI Director James Comey, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein had suggested that he should secretly record the president in the White House to expose the chaos consuming the administration.
Rosenstein also reportedly discussed recruiting other members of the administration to help invoke the 25th Amendment in order to get Trump out of the Oval Office.
Rosenstein was quick to deny the story, calling it “inaccurate and factually incorrect.”
A spokeswoman for the Justice Department also stated that an unnamed person who was present when Rosenstein made the remark said he did say it, but it was only said sarcastically. Others who reportedly were present have insisted he was serious about his proposal.
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