Professor Fate wrote:Source of the post if Rosenstein continues to defy congressional oversight, by refusing to turn over documents, Trump will have a legitimate excuse to fire him. I hope he does.
In a statement to Fox News, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., said “the DOJ’s intimidation and stone-walling tactics have gone too far.”
“I’ve heard first-hand from congressional staff following threats delivered by Rod Rosenstein,” he said. “Staff has literally been scared to the point of physically shaking in my congressional office out of concern for their family.”
Gaetz, who is not a member of the intelligence panel, said Rosenstein should recuse himself from the Justice Department’s investigations involving the Trump campaign, as well as the conduct of FBI and Justice Department employees.
“Now, from refusing to produce documents to improperly redacting documents to threatening our staff, it is clear that Rod Rosenstein will use every tool at his disposal to frustrate congressional oversight,” Gaetz told Fox News.
Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said during an interview with Fox News on Tuesday that he has “just about had it with the Rosenstein approach.”
“We have a duty to oversee the Department of Justice, and here’s what I’d say to Mr. Rosenstein: If you don’t believe that the Department of Justice was off the rails, you are clearly not looking at the same Department of Justice I’m looking at,” he said.
https://www.washingtonexaminer.com/news ... bers-staff
Professor Fate wrote:Source of the post The only reason he's still got his job, is because firing him puts Rosenstein in charge. But if Rosenstein goes first...
John Q. Public wrote:Source of the post And word is Sarah Huckasanders is next to quit.
Vilepagan wrote:Source of the post
How many guys will trump have to fire before he gets someone he can intimidate?
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