Trump spy did not propose – Deputy attorney general

The New York Times has claimed that Rod J. Rosenstein also offered a meeting that he would take secret equipment with him during the visit of White House so that President’s conversation could be recorded.A senior US administration official has agreed to this news that he advised officials to support the 25th constitutional amendment and record their conversation to withdraw President Donald Trump from power.

American newspaper New York Times claimed in a report on Friday that Deputy Attorney General Road Rosenstein proposed to remove President Trump in various meetings after the removal of James Kommie, the  head of the FBI in 2017.

Roststein thought that later this conversation would bring the public opinion on the scene and make it clear that the trumpet government is doing so badly. Road Ravenstein dismissed the claims of ‘New York Times’ claiming wrong and truthful.

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