According to sources, Rosenstein is not being forced out.
According to DOJ sources, the assistant attorney general is not being forced out.
Mueller is close to rendering judgment on whether there were clear incidents of collusion between Russia and Donald Trump’s 2016 campaign, and whether the president took any actions that constitute obstruction of justice
The very idea of a "hard left cabal" at the FBI is laughable, but wait until you see who they blame for it.
Rod Rosenstein is expected to resign or be fired by the end of the day.
With conflicting reports flying around cable news about Rosenstein's future at the Department of Justice, it's possible he may be fired. Or not.
After Fox News colleagues Sean Hannity and Tucker Carlson urged Donald Trump’s restraint following a New York Times bombshell about Rod Rosenstein, Laura Ingraham softened her demand for Rosenstein’s immediate dismissal.
Fox News anchors piped up with unanimous calls for Rosenstein's resignation just after The New York Times gave Trump his "get-out-of-jail-free" card.
For some reason, anonymous second- and third-hand sources are worthy of "breaking news" status.
There appears to be a very big difference between what Andrew McCabe says Rosenstein said and what the New York Times is reporting. Liz Holtzman debunks all of it in a few seconds.
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