Trump After Meeting with Rod Rosenstein: Democrats Colluded with Russian Federation

Posted October 10, 2018

"I have directed the Attorney General's Office to immediately go to the great city of Chicago to help straighten out the bad shooting wave", says Donald.

"Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor of New York City had a very strong program of stop and frisk and it went from an unacceptably unsafe city to one of the safest cities in the country", Trump said Monday. For Analysis, RT America's Scottie Nell Hughes is joined by Florida Democratic Party Chair Mitch Ceasar and former republican congressman Michael Grimm.

"I think we'll be treated very fairly", Trump said regarding the Russian Federation probe.

"Politicians who spread risky anti-police sentiment make life easier for criminals and more unsafe for law-abiding citizens", he said.

"Marsha Blackburn is doing a very good job in Tennessee", Trump said.

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"It works, and it was meant for problems like Chicago: Stop and frisk", he said.

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein steps off Air Force One as he arrives today at Andrews Air Force Base, Md.

"I didn't know Rod before, but I've gotten to know him, and I get along very well with him", he said.

President Donald Trump says he doesn't have plans to fire Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein. The report, issued by the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division and released near the end of Barack Obama's presidency, said that only independent monitoring could bring about reform. He said he was working hard on the opioid crisis and announced more than $42 million in new grant funding for innovative projects to fight the drug epidemic.

White House deputy press secretary Hogan Gidley, told reporters Rosenstein will remain with the administration. He met in person with White House chief of staff John Kelly and spoke by phone with Trump during a tumultuous day that ended with him still in his job.

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Rosenstein and Trump had been expected to meet at the White House days later, but that meeting was put off so that the president could focus on a confirmation hearing of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh.

It was not immediately clear whether Trump and Rosenstein talked about the controversy during their 45-minute-long conversation on the flight, where Kelly and another Department of Justice official, Ed O'Callaghan, were also present.

Trump had previously said that he would prefer not to fire the Justice Department's No. 2 official and that Rosenstein has told him he did not say the remarks attributed to him. He also called Trump's proposal "tired rhetoric" and a sign that Trump is anxious about the Republicans in the midterms. Democrats believe it would raise questions about whether Trump would shut down the Mueller probe, which could energize their voters in House and Senate races.

Both men will likely see their futures re-evaluated after the elections, Trump advisers have said.

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