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The New York Times on Saturday defended its bombshell report on Friday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording conversations with President Trump last year and proposed the possibility of administration officials invoking the 25th Amendment to remove the president from office.

The Times’s deputy managing editor Matt Purdy wrote in a statement Saturday that the newspaper stands by the reporting of its journalists, Mike Schmidt and Adam Goldman, who broke the story.

The article goes on to state the following:

Citing unnamed sources, the Times reported on Friday that Rosenstein made the remarks just weeks into his job last year following the sudden firing of FBI Director James Comey.

“Just because you don’t like the facts, don’t comfort yourself by dismissing the story as fake or credulous reporting,” Purdy wrote. “The DOJ claim that Rosenstein was sarcastic when he suggested he wear a wire on Trump is not supported by our reporting or others.”

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  1. I usually dismiss what they say but this time given that the NYT is writing this and isn’t backing down makes me think that this story really might be true. The NYT hates Trump therefore this story is more believable. I do have some reservations about this but they aren’t as much as I’ve had about other stories that the NYT writes. I want to believe 100% that this is true and can be proved so that Rosenstein is put in a position to either resign or be fired.

  2. It’s very difficult to believe any reports you and the other 2 news companies you mention, when the 3 of you release unverified news and anonymous sources all the time many of which have been proven to be false or biased. Clean up your act if you want to be considered credible.

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