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New York Times PoliticsSep 24, 2018
White House Memo: At the U.N., Trump Can't Escape His Political Problems Back in Washington
With the drama surrounding Rod J. Rosenstein and Judge Brett M. Kavanaugh, it is hard to recall a General Assembly that opened against a backdrop of such political turmoil, on so many fronts.

PoliticoSep 24, 2018
White House, GOP spin latest Kavanaugh charge as calculated smear by 'the resistance'
They allege a sinister liberal plot to bring down the Supreme Court nominee.

CNN PoliticsSep 24, 2018
White House, Senate GOP leaders resolved to press forward on Kavanaugh
Senate Republican leadership has hardened its resolve to move forward with President Donald Trump's Supreme Court nomination in the wake of a new allegation in The New Yorker of inappropriate sexual behavior, multiple GOP officials and aides told CNN on Monday, even as all eyes remain trained on a handful of Republicans to see if Brett Kavanaugh's nomination is in trouble.

CNN PoliticsSep 24, 2018
This is the man who would replace Rod Rosenstein
The potential departure of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein from the Justice Department would mean that oversight and management of the sensitive Russia probe would fall to a longtime conservative lawyer with ties to the White House, Noel Francisco.

Washington Post PoliticsSep 24, 2018
White House grapples with dual crises over Kavanaugh and Rosenstein
Trump's frustration with McConnell and Grassley simmers as his Supreme Court nominee faces more assault allegations.

The Daily BeastSep 24, 2018
Rod Rosenstein Not Ousted as Deputy Attorney General. For Now.
Brendan Smialowski/GettyIt was a rough morning for the Justice Department.

Shortly before 11 a.m., multiple reports emerged that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein-who oversees Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe-was on his way out. A source familiar with the situation told The Daily Beast that he was headed to the White House, where he expected to be fired.

A New York Times story published on Friday precipitated the crisis, reporting that the deputy attorney general talked about covertly recording President Donald Trump and having his cabinet members team up to oust him. Rosenstein said the report was wrong. A Justice Department source told The Daily Beast that the mood soured over the weekend, as the Times stood by its story and some Rosenstein allies privately conceded that he made the remarks (though sarcastically).  

Read more at The Daily Beast.



Fox PoliticsSep 24, 2018
Rosenstein to meet with Trump in wake of 'wire' report, amid firing speculation
President Trump is scheduled to meet with Rod Rosenstein on Thursday, the White House said, seeming to tamp down speculation that the deputy attorney general faces the prospect of an immediate firing over a damaging press report.
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