Mark Meadows, chairman of the House Freedom Caucus, said that deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein should testify before the House Judiciary Committee about his claim that he wanted to wear a wire to spy on President Donald Trump. People close to Rosenstein have tried to play the treasonous comment off as a joke.
Rosenstein is set to have a conversation with Trump Thursday, amid mainstream reports that Rosenstein “verbally resigned” and that his resignation was accepted by White House chief of staff General John Kelly. The verbal resignation piece is key to removing Rosenstein seamlessly, and it is clearly documented by such sources as CNN, Axios, and Sara Carter.
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