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President Trump said Tuesday that he would delay his meeting with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein until after Supreme Court nomineee Brett Kavanaugh’s confirmation process.
“I don’t want to interrupt what’s happening with Judge Kavanaugh,” Trump told reporters on the South Lawn Tuesday afternoon.
The article goes on to state the following:
Trump also said he had spoken with Rosenstein, who The New York Times reported last month had discussed wearing a wire to record Trump as part of a possible effort to seek his removal from office under the 25th Amendment. Rosenstein has said the Times story was false.
Trump was originally supposed to meet with Rosenstein last week to discuss the Times story. The president delayed that meeting so as not to distract from confirmation proceedings of Kavanaugh, who faces allegations of sexual assault.
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