|Rod Rosenstein left, President Trump right|
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In a New York Times report this week, former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe who was fired, held back important documents which proves Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosensteint talked about impeaching president Donald Trump and also wiretapping intohis conversations.
The information was leaked out into the open by those whom Andrew McCabe briefed about the memo.
This has steamed up some of president Trump's supporters while at same time, some liberal groups came out claiming Rod Rosenstein was just joking when he talked about wiretapping the president and invoking the 25th amendment on him.
Isn't it strange how Andrew McCabe is always caught up at the center of most controversies that has to do with the anti-Trump gang.
In a previous report by vox:
"McCabes's name also surfaced in a
controversial text message sent by
FBI agent Peter Strzok who was
removed from special counsel Robert
Mueller's Russia probe over evidence
of anti-Trump political bias."
"Strzok had mentioned someone named
'Andy' in the text message, suggesting
there was a discussion about Trump and
not a positive one in McCabe's office."
If this turns out to be true, it could bring about the end of the Mueller's investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election because Rosenstein is in charge of overseeing the investigation, this could possibly lead to Rosenstein's firing.
According to a report by Law & Crime:
"General Noel Francisco is next in line
if president Donald Trump decides to
fire Deputy Attorney General Rod
Rosenstein and that his firing could be
more of a 'when' than an 'if'."