The house GOP, Deputy AG Rosenstein agree to meet to discuss ‘wire’ – report

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House Republicans and the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein agreed to hold a meeting “in a week or two” to discuss a report, the Rosenstein suggested, wear a wire and secretly recording President Trump, along with other issues, a person familiar with the matter told Fox News.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., a phone conversation with Rosenstein on Thursday evening. The two agreed to meet in a couple of weeks to discuss the New York Times report, included in the box, Rosenstein alleged proposal to invoke the 25th Amendment to remove trump from the office.

Rosenstein has blasted the report as false and denied the comments.

The house freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N. C., tweeted that house Republicans subpoena Rosenstein would, if not for the meeting.

“Leadership on demand Rod Rosenstein agreed before the Congress for a closed-door investigation, he can explain to hear with our panel, for his alleged comments on the “wiring” POTUS—as the other inconsistent statements,” meadows tweeted. “If Mr Rosenstein does not appear, we will issue a subpoena him.”

The person familiar with the Rosenstein-Goodlatte call told Fox News that the two agreed to a “meet”, not “hear” or “interview”.

The planned meeting comes after Goodlatte and the House Committee on Oversight and government Reform Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S. C., to subpoena the notes, and the materials belong to the former FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe as part of their joint investigation into the decisions made “and not made” by the Ministry of justice and the FBI in the election of 2016.

To produce “In the light of the Department’s ongoing delays and/or refusal to provide these documents, I am forcing left with no other choice, as for the issue of the attached subpoena, your production,” Goodlatte wrote to attorney General Jeff Sessions Thursday, offers Oct. 4 deadline for the justice Department to turn over the material.

The Ministry of justice and the speaker of the McCabe declined to comment.

A Committee source told Fox News that the subpoena was in response to The New York Times report.

Sources told Fox News that the meeting, at the Rosenstein allegedly made to bear the comments, a “wire” took place in the Ministry of justice on may 16, 2017. Several people were in the room, including McCabe and former FBI Council Lisa page. Special Counsel Robert Müller was the next day.

The details in The Times article were confirmed by sources, have been informed about the discussions or memos written about the conversations between McCabe and others.

An attorney McCabe that recognizes the last week in a statement that such a memo exists.

“Andrew McCabe authored memos to perpetuate great discussions with high-ranking officials, and preserves, so he would have the exact, same time as recording the conversations,” McCabe’s attorney, former justice Department Inspector General Michael Bromwich said in a statement

“When he was interviewed by the Special advice more than a year ago, he all of his notes were — classified and non-classified-to the Special Counsel ‘ s office. A number of these memos remained in the FBI at the time of his departure at the end of January 2018. He has no knowledge, as a member of the media, the these notes.”

Congressional investigators McCabe’s notes were out of your reach, appeal, special counsel shares. You said that the memos contain the real time-to build representations of the former FBI Director, James Comey after his meeting with Trump as part of the paper trail, a disability case.

The special counsel’s office declined to comment.

Trump is scheduled to discuss a meeting with Rosenstein in the White house next week, the alleged “wire” comments in the Times article. The meeting was postponed from Thursday.

It was a lot of investigation, speculated on the question of whether Trump will fire Rosenstein during the meeting, but at a press conference on the sidelines of the General Assembly of the United Nations on Wednesday, Trump said that his “preference would be to keep him, let him finish,” the Russia.

Rosenstein care of Mueller’s investigation into the Russian interference and possible collusion with Trump ally of the campaign, 2016 presidential elections.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram contributed to this report.

Brooke Singman is a political Reporter for Fox News. You can follow her on Twitter at @Brooke FoxNews.

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