VIDEO: New book names key players Rosenstein believed would back 25th Amendment move on Trump

OCTOBER 8, 2019

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Former Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expected that former White House Chief of Staff John Kelly and then-Attorney General Jeff Sessions would back the use of the 25th Amendment against President Trump, but miscalculated and was eventually forced out, a new book claims.

James B. Stewart, the author of “Deep State,” appeared on MSNBC Monday to discuss the revelations, and said Rosenstein was fully serious about wearing a wire to entrap the president. He also felt he could count on cabinet members to forcibly remove Trump if that failed.

The article goes on to state the following:

“[Rosenstein]… denied saying that he wanted to invoke the 25th Amendment. But there are also witnesses to that conversation, and he even named two cabinet-level people who were going to support that — namely John Kelly, the chief of staff, and [Jeff] Sessions, the attorney general.”

Stewart said Rosenstein was taking dramatic steps to carry out his attempted coup after he discussed the 25th Amendment with other cabinet members and thought sure they would turn on Trump.  WATCH the video below:

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