He shows a pattern of principled stands, appointing and strongly defending special counsel Robert Mueller and calling on the House Intelligence Committee and the White House not to release an incomplete and inaccurate report on the alleged political bias of the Justice Department in the Russian Federation investigation.
Rosenstein replied: "Of course, we're all on your team, Mr. President", according to sources that spoke with CNN.
Carter Page, a foreign policy adviser to Donald Trump's 2016 presidential campaign, speaks with reporters following a day of questions from the House Intelligence Committee, on Capitol Hill in Washington, Thursday, Nov. 2, 2017.
"It's been very clear throughout the process in the White House, there are no conversations and no considerations about firing Rod Rosenstein", Gidley told CNN's John Berman.
Top Democrats warned President Trump on Friday that using a GOP-drafted memo as pretext to fire Justice Department officials could spark a constitutional crisis.
"These claims lack merit", Justice Department lawyers said in a 35-page response filed Friday night.
President Trump is pictured walking away from Marine One after returning to the White House.
Sessions says he'll examine Congress' concerns about the FBI investigation into possible cooperation between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign. Rosenstein, it would appear, is willing to make certain compromises to please his boss.
On Friday, Trump refused to say whether he was considering firing Rosenstein after the release of a declassified memo alleged the Federal Bureau of Investigation had abused its FISA authority in applying for a FISA warrant to conduct surveillance on former Trump campaign foreign policy adviser Carter Page.
Sanders didn't offer clarity on Rosenstein's future, but said Trump has "great respect" for law enforcement officials and members of the United States intelligence community.
During the White House meeting, Trump also asked about the direction of the investigation, according to sources familiar with the meeting. He wrote the memo severely criticizing then-FBI Director James Comey. But he testified that he never received any "improper orders" from Trump and denied that anyone ever asked him to pledge his loyalty, dating back to his time in the Bush administration.
But a Republican who speaks to the President said it remained far from certain whether he would actually purge Rosenstein, considering Trump "does more venting than firing". "There's no telling what this President is capable of". Susan Collins told CNN.
With a 59.38 percent market share, Windows 7 succeeds in India while Windows 10 stands at a mere 17.19 percent share. When Office 2019 comes out later this year, Microsoft will support it only on Windows 10, the company said this week.
The diseases share many common risk factors such as obesity, smoking and too little exercise, so reducing these can help. In addition, cardiovascular health can affect cancer treatment selection, since some types can result in heart damage .
Fitzgerald's resignation was accepted Wednesday morning by current HHS Secretary Alex Azur who assumed that role just last week. Peter Lurie is the former associate commissioner for public health strategy at the Food and Drug Administration.
The White House confirmed on Tuesday that Cha was no longer being considered for the ambassador's post . "We'll find out. According to the Times' sources, both Defense Secretary James Mattis and the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen.
A judge on Saturday confirmed the arrest of the main suspect, identified as 29-year-old Innocent Oseghale. Italian Prime Minister Paolo Gentiloni said that "hatred and violence will not be able to divide us".
This is a bit of a wild one, you guys: Meghan Markle has worn a suit for her first official evening appearance with Prince Harry . Now Markle is once again in the spotlight thanks to the graceful way she handled a snafu at an awards ceremony.
The pace trio of India will look to repeat the performance in Durban to trouble South Africa's strong batting line-up. This was the first time that fast bowlers took all 20 wickets in a Test for India , at Johannesburg .
During last year's drills , Pyongyang launched multiple missile tests and held a massive artillery exercise at the end of April . If they're all to be - ahem - put to use, each athlete would be getting it on more than twice a day every day of the tournament.
Zuma could leave office either by resigning, through losing a motion of no-confidence in parliament or impeachment proceedings. However, the Speaker declined the DA leader Mmusi Maimane's request to have the State of the Nation Address postponed.
You had to make use if the AirPlay functionality on your iPhone or iPad in order to stream YouTube TV content on a bigger display. The service is now available in around 80 different USA cities, with a list that appears to be growing monthly.
29 women arrested for protesting Iran's headscarf law
Soheila Jolodarzadeh, a female member of the Iranian parliament, said the protests were the result of longstanding restrictions. Tehran police said on Thursday that the campaign had been instigated from outside Iran through illegal satellite channels.
Crude price strength welcomed by worldwide oil majors
Output from the Gulf of Mexico surged and North Dakota, where most of the Bakken shale lies, pumped the most since August 2015. Middle Eastern economies took a hit as governments struggled to cope with falling crude oil prices and spending cuts.
Lawmakers Respond To FEMA Puerto Rico Cutoff
Yulin tells reporters in Washington that about 35 percent of residents still don't have power and can't keep food in their homes. Operations began shortly after the hurricane hit the island and plunged it into darkness with no electricity or water supply.