Rosenstein on Comey memo: ‘I wrote it. I believe it. I stand by it.’

Fox NewsDeputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein firmly stood by the memo he wrote that outlined James Comey’s offenses – and later was cited by the White House to support President Trump’s decision to fire the FBI director – during briefings with Capitol Hill …Rosenstein briefs House members in second visit to Capitol Hill ..

Deputy Attorney General Knew Trump Wanted Comey Fired Before He Wrote Damning Memo

HuffPostWASHINGTON ― Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein already knew the president was going to fire FBI Director James Comey before he wrote a memo recommending the director’s termination, senators said he told them in a private briefing Thursday.Rosenstein Tells Senate He Knew of Comey Firing Before He Wrote Memo ..

Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein knew Trump wanted Comey fired before he penned memo

USA TODAYWASHINGTON — President Trump informed Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein of his plan to fire FBI Director James Comey before Rosenstein delivered a scathing assessment of the director’s performance that was used as justification for his firing, …Senators told of broadening Russia investigation ..

Rosenstein On Comey Memo: ‘I Wrote It. I Believe It. I Stand By It’

NPRUpdated at 4:10 p.m. ET. Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told members of Congress that he knew President Trump planned to fire FBI Director James Comey before he wrote a memo that the White House has cited to justify the termination. “On May …The little known woman who predicted exactly what kind of president Donald Trump would be ..

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein knew before he wrote his controversial memo that Comey would be fired

Washington PostDeputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein told the full Senate he knew that former Director James B. Comey would be fired before he wrote his controversial memo that the White House initially used as justification for President Trump firing the FBI Rosenstein knew Comey would be fired before writing memo, Dem senators say ..