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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday the bombshell report of Rod Rosenstein suggesting wearing a wiretap to record President Trump shouldn’t be used to fire the deputy attorney general.

“This New York Times report must not be used as a pretext for the corrupt purpose of firing Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein in order to install an official who will allow the president to interfere with the Special Counsel’s investigation,” Schumer wrote in a tweet.

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He added that other Trump administration officials have reportedly said negative things about the president, yet they weren’t fired.

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  1. Other members of the Trump administration may have made inappropriate comments, but we are talking about the deputy AG! Rosenstein must be fired and Schumer’s objections should be ignored as Democrat nonsense.
    When the documents are released, Rosenstein will look even worse and to keep him employed would be dangerous for our Constitutional Republic. The corruption in the FBI and the DOJ must be excised from those institutions for the people to have faith in the laws that protect our society.
    Sorry, this really bugs me!

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