Published: Sun, April 22, 2018
Medicine | By Melba Vasquez

Trump Calls Out 'Fake & Disgusting News' Over Sessions, Rosenstein Reports

Trump Calls Out 'Fake & Disgusting News' Over Sessions, Rosenstein Reports

Attorney General Jeff Sessions is reportedly putting the White House on notice, saying he'll resign if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is fired.

The Post disclosed that Sessions told White House counsel Donald McGahn of his position in a telephone call last weekend.

A senior administration official told The Post that Sessions is concerned over the way Trump has recently treated Rosenstein, and that he's repeatedly asked White House officials for the president's assessment of the deputy attorney general.

Sessions feared the meeting would be confrontational and might lead to Rosenstein's dismissal, but according to McGahn the conversation remained cordial, the Post reported on Saturday.

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The tweets appear to be in response to a report from The Washington Post that claimed Trump referred to Sessions as "Mr. Magoo" and Rosenstein as "Mr. Peepers".

Whereas Trump has made Periods a daily public punching bag, attacking him on a number of events, such a resignation would threat plunging the White Home into disaster.

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"Trump doesn't know exactly what to do with [Rosenstein]", a source close to the president told the outlet. "They do not have a clear approach to do away with him".

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Trump has sparred repeatedly with Sessions though the punches have been thrown nearly exclusively by the president.

On policy, Trump has embraced a great deal of what Sessions is doing at the Justice Department. The lawsuit claims such insurance policies stop federal immigration authorities from implementing immigration regulation. Jerry Brown in particular over the state's policies on illegal immigration.

Sessions himself has an uneasy relationship with Trump, who has often expressed frustration with the attorney general for recusing himself from the Russian Federation probe.

Rosenstein, too, has faced a similar grilling from Trump. In February, when requested by reporters if he would hearth Rosenstein over his involvement within the warrant on Web page, Trump responded: "You work that one out".

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