Rep. Meadows Calls for Rod Rosenstein to Resign Immediately


North Carolina Republican Rep. Mark Meadows called Thursday for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein to resign. Citing “additional information”, Rep. Meadows said DAG Rosenstein has “not cooperated with Congress” and has “shown a lack of candor”.

Rep. Meadows has been very concerned since James Baker’s testimony during which he stated that two agents, Peter Strzok and Lisa Page, believed Rod Rosenstein considered wearing a wire to take the President down using the 25th Amendment.

Also problematic is the fact that Rosenstein will not appear before Congress and he continues to obstruct justice by refusing to provide documents Congress is entitled to as they investigate possible wrongdoing by the Department of Justice and FBI.


A number of Republicans are annoyed that Rosenstein couldn’t find time to sit down with them but was ble to give a long interview to the Wall Street Journal.

“It was interesting that yesterday, Rod Rosenstein has time to sit down with the Wall Street Journal, do a big, long interview, where he said the Mueller investigation is appropriate and moving in the right direction,” Rep. Jim Jordan, R-Ohio, said Thursday. “And yet, he can’t come to talk to Congress about the idea that he made a statement about recording the president of the United States?”

Rosenstein is meeting with a friendly group of four, Bob Goodlatte, Trey Gowdy, Jerry Nadler, and Elijah Cummings. They have no interest in investigating anyone so it should go well.

Several Republicans gave a press conference this afternoon and called for the appointment of a second Special Counsel and declassification of the documents they have requested.

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