REPORT: Trump distances himself from Rosenstein, points the finger at Sessions
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President Trump on Sunday shifted his focus to Attorney General Jeff Sessions when asked about a report that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein proposed secretly recording the president and recruiting Cabinet officials to invoke the 25th Amendment.
“He was hired by Jeff Sessions,” Trump told Geraldo Rivera in an interview with “The Geraldo Show” on WTAM radio, according to Fox News.
The article goes on to state the following:
“I was not involved in that process because, you know, they go out and get their own deputies and the people that work in the department,” Trump added. The full interview is scheduled to air on Monday.
Trump told Rivera that The New York Times report about Rosenstein was a “very sad story,” and indicated the administration will “make a determination” about what to do next.
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