Trump Says he Hasn't Decided Whether to Fire Rosenstein

DOJ Source Claims Rod Rosenstein Was Joking

Deputy AG Rosenstein heading to White House expecting to be fired, sources say

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein "verbally resigned" to White House chief of staff John Kelly, Axios reported on Monday. He was on his way to the White House. Rosenstein has denied the reports.

Meanwhile, The Associated Press reported Monday that Trump had yet decided on Rosenstein's fate for reportedly questioning the president's fitness to serve.

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One source who was in the room told Fox News the "statement was sarcastic and was never discussed with any intention of recording a conversation with the president". Rosenstein overseas Mueller's Russian Federation investigation. With Rosenstein's exit, solicitor general Noel Francisco would oversee the investigation.

Trump has repeatedly dismissed the Mueller probe as a "witch hunt" created to delegitimize his election victory and undermine his presidency. The outlet reported that he did so "anticipation of being fired by President (Donald) Trump".

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This is a breaking news story and will be updated. "Look, we are clearly headed toward a firing of the attorney general and likely Rosenstein soon after the November midterms and that is the danger zone for the special counsel".

But he said when asked about Rosenstein: "I've been pretty clear since the beginning of service here in this administration, if you can't be on the team, if you're not supporting this mission, then maybe you just ought to find something else to do". At that moment, the Federal Bureau of Investigation was deeply suspicious of Rosenstein's role in the decision, and the Justice Department was anxious it had lost credibility with Congress for giving Trump a memo that said the Federal Bureau of Investigation needed new leadership.

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Rosenstein served in the Justice Department for almost three decades.

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