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Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer said Friday that a New York Times story reporting that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein suggested secretly recording President Trump in the White House should not be used as “pretext” to justify firing Rosenstein.

The Times also reported, based on second-hand sources, that Rosenstein discussed using the 25th Amendment with Cabinet members to remove Trump for being unfit for duty. Within hours Trump allies pounced, calling for the firing of Rosenstein.

The article goes on to state the following:

“This story 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 said in a statement, referring to special counsel Robert Mueller’s ongoing investigation into Russian meddling and possible collusion with the Trump campaign.

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  1. Rosenstein, in a statement to NBC News, said, “The New York Times’s story is inaccurate and factually incorrect.” Don’t get me wrong I don’t like the weasle !!! I don’t trust him. but it also looks like the Time’s are at it again. TRYING to make US think Trump is unfit. SORRY it will NOT WORK.

  2. What Upchuck Schumer meant to say, if he were an honest individual instead of a partisan hack, was,“This story must be used as a pretext for the “justified” purpose of firing Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein…

  3. If Schumer protects Rosenstein, then the Senate should get rid of Schumer and anyone else who knew about the dossier, etc.

  4. Schumer would say that. He’s such a moron. They definitely should get rid of Schumer too, as well as every Obama leftover.

  5. Schumer -the head of the obstructionist of the demon-rats.b He better watch his own rear. Rosenstein is already finished watch and see in a month.. The way they keep thinking that nothing is going to happen to them –makes me laugh. Can’t wait to see the ax fall on alot if them.!!!

  6. Weasels everyone of them. The dems should change their mascot from a jackass, sorry donkey, to a weasel or a snake. That would be a more accurate representation of them

  7. Did Schumer actually say that or did he have to read it from a prepared statement from his staff? I hope that when the documents are released, sooner rather than later, the whole deep state will be exposed and there will be every justification to fire a whole bunch of them, including Rosenstein. When Sessions wakes up, he should investigate his deputy AG and fire him, but that will never happen.

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