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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, a meeting with President of the Trump later this week after accusations is planned, he discussed the reports of the removal of the President, the chief intelligence correspondent Catherine Herridge.

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., said on Tuesday that the house subpoena memos written by former FBI assistant Director Andrew McCabe, can indicate, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein discussed secretly recording President Trump.

Goodlatte told reporters that he could issue the subpoena as soon as Thursday, when the Rosenstein is scheduled to meet with Trump in the White house.

A source close to Rosenstein, told Fox News that the Deputy Prosecutor General be a lawyer fired had expected, when he went to the White house on Monday for a previously scheduled meeting. However, further action was delayed until Thursday spoke to Rosenstein with trump on the phone.

Rosenstein has been in the spotlight since may of last year, when he became special counsel Robert Mueller about the FBI investigation in the Russian activities during the election in 2016, as well as allegations of collusion between the Kremlin and the trump campaign. Attorney General Jeff Sessions, the supervision would normally have the Russia investigation, recused himself, citing his close involvement in the trump campaign.

The New York Times reported on Friday that in the same month, he appointed Müller, Rosenstein suggested to wear a “wire” during meetings with the President — versions of its defenders insisted sarcastically — and the appeal to the Constitution to pull the Cabinet to consider him out of the office.

The alleged comments were documented in private memos written by McCabe, the last March, was fired after an internal justice Department investigation, he had lied about his involvement in the leak, The Wall Street Journal.

In the meantime, Rep. Mark Meadows, R-N. C., a member of the conservative house freedom Caucus, tweeted, Rosenstein should come “before the Congress this week, under oath, and tell the truth about his alleged statement.”

A justice Department spokesman told Fox News that Rosenstein had to witness not been invited before a Committee. The spokesman did not say whether the Deputy Prosecutor General would appear to be a lawyer on a voluntary basis.

Fox News’ Chad Pergram, Jake Gibson, Catherine Herridge and The Associated Press contributed to this report.

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