Rosenstein ‘felt used’ by Trump administration before suggesting recording president

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    The Washington Post reports that United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein 'felt like something needed to be done' after he was “blindsided” by the president.

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    Rosenstein ‘felt used’ by Trump administration before suggesting recording president

    The Washington Post reports that United States Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein ‘felt like something needed to be done’ after he was “blindsided” by the president.

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