Rep. Bob Goodlatte said he may subpoena Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over reports indicating he sought to secretly record President Trump and pursue the 25th Amendment route to force him out of office herunterladen.

According to the New York Times, memos written by former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe show that Rosenstein offered to wear a wire during meetings with Trump musik zum herunterladen aufs handy kostenlos.

The bombshell report also claimed he had “discussed recruiting cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove Mr movie maker kostenlos herunterladen. Trump from office for being unfit.”

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Rosenstein responded by saying the comments were made in jest, a sarcastic response to McCabe for suggesting he investigate the President herunterladen.

The House Judiciary Committee, however, would still like a word with Mr. Rosenstein.

“It’s essential that we talk to him. He knows that autocad 2016 kostenlos herunterladen. He has not agreed to come for a transcribed interview on the record. He needs to agree to do that,” Goodlatte insisted. “If he does not agree to do that very soon, I will issue a subpoena for him to appear.”

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Goodlatte said that with multiple reports saying that he meant what was said, and others saying he didn’t, it is “important to us” to get to the truth engl herunterladen.

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Former top FBI lawyer James Baker, who offered what one lawmaker described as “explosive” testimony to Congress, insisted that the idea of recording the President and using the evidence to push Trump out of office was quite serious slideshare downloaden.


One source directly familiar with the investigation told John Solomon of The Hill that Baker viewed it as “a real plan being discussed” and something that “was no laughing matter for the FBI.”

Another senior FBI official testified that Rosenstein’s comments were taken to be serious in nature.

Rosenstein was requested to meet with Congress last week, but refused the invite.

Rep. Jim Jordan, like Goodlatte, implored Rosenstein to talk.

“We need him to answer questions about all kinds of issues associated with the Trump-Russia investigation, but specifically, the statement … about actually recording the commander in chief of our great country and he talked about the 25th Amendment,” he said.


President Trump announced that despite these troubling comments, he had no intention of firing Rosenstein.

“I get along very well with him,” Trump told reporters.

Asked about having any plans to dismiss the Deputy AG, Trump responded, “No, I don’t.”

Perhaps he’d change his mind if Rosenstein were forced to testify before Congress as to the seriousness of these allegations.

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