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There’s talk of an impeachment vote should Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein refuse to testify this week.

Addressing the fallout in recent days related to the No. 2 official at the Justice Department, Rep. Matt Gaetz, R-Fla., said he and a colleague are ready to make a move in the name of oversight.

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“Any member of Congress can call up Rosenstein’s impeachment and it must be voted on in two days,” Gaetz said Monday evening on Fox News. “If we don’t have Rosenstein in the witness chair, [Rep.] Mark Meadows and I are prepared to do just that and keep Congress in town to do the oversight work.” He referred to the use of a privileged motion, which under House rules would require a vote two days after it being filed.

So far the push to get Rosenstein to testify appears to be only talk. Rep. Jim Jordan, a key ally of President Trump, tweeted earlier in the day that Rosenstein needs to testify before the House Judiciary Committee about reports that emerged last week.

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  1. Please do something! Rosenstein has been slow walking all releases of documents, including the latest request by the president. Less words, more action.

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