Lindsey Graham on Rosenstein Story: ‘There’s a Bureaucratic Coup’ Against Trump

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Settembre 23, 2018

Instead, the SC senator pointed his finger at others in the department who he said have "tried to destroy this president".

"We need everyone who's engaged in helping achieve President Trump's mission", he said, ticking off a list of federal agencies, including the Justice Department.

"Before the election, the people in question tried to taint the election, tip it to Clinton's favor; after the election, they're trying to undermine the president", Graham said.

"I know that everyone knows by now that Trump is a narcissist, but we have to stop treating that like it's an unfortunate personality tick and start treating it like what it is: a serious, dangerous, mental illness", he continued.

Compounding Woodward's account, The New York Times went on to publish an op-ed by an anonymous senior official - whose identity remains a mystery - claiming that select administration staff members are so alarmed by the president's "erratic" and "amoral" behavior that they actively sabotage his most extreme policy efforts.

Rosenstein appointed Mueller in May 2017 as the special counsel for the Russian Federation investigation. "If Rosenstein's involved, he should be fired, if he's not involved then leave him alone".

The Times said Rosenstein made the comments in a particularly chaotic period, in the weeks right after he was appointed deputy attorney general.

"We committed to moving forward with an open hearing on Thursday September 27 at 10am", Dr Ford's attorneys said in a statement. Durbin noted that "this report found no evidence that political bias affected the FBI's investigations". "Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel the next day", writes Fox News.

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