WASHINGTON – Us president Donald Trump is not planning minister Rod Rosenstein (Justice) to dismiss. “No I don’t do it,” said Trump Monday against reporters, when they asked if he was planning to be number two on the justitiedepartement send home.
The American president Donald Trump is not planning minister Rod Rosenstein (Justice) to dismiss.
Rosenstein had Monday a meeting with Trump during a trip in Air Force One to Florida. There was large-scale speculation about the resignation of the minister after a notice in The New York Times two weeks ago. It had that Rosenstein last year, had proposed secretly to make a recording of Trump to show that this is inappropriate for the withdrawal. Trump expressed a lot of criticism on him via Twitter. The minister denied later that he had said.
Trump said Monday that he has “a good relationship” with Rosenstein. “I knew Rod, not earlier, but I have come to know him and I may very well get on with him,” he said.
Within the White House, doubts were raised whether it would be beneficial to Rosenstein to let you go. That would be more unrest mean in the run-up to the major mid-term losses in november.
As Rosenstein the field is to clean up, would have consequences for the investigation of possible Russian influence on the Us presidential election. There is the minister responsible for, because his political boss Jeff Sessions has withdrawn.