Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will face lawmakers on Capitol Hill next week.
House Judiciary Chairman Bob Goodlatte announced Thursday that Rosenstein will appear on Capitol Hill October 24th for a closed-door, transcribed interview.
The interview will be under oath.
Unfortunately only the House Judiciary and Oversight Chairs and ranking members will be present for the grilling.
Reps. Mark Meadows and Jim Jordan will not be interviewing Rosenstein next week which is a huge let down because they have been aggressively pushing back on Rosenstein’s corruption.
Washington, D.C. — House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy (R-S.C.) announced Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will appear on October 24, 2018, for a transcribed interview conducted by Chairmen Bob Goodlatte and Trey Gowdy and Ranking Members Jerry Nadler and Elijah Cummings.
A court reporter will be present to record all questions asked and answers provided. The interview will be under oath. The transcript will then be reviewed by the Intelligence Community to avoid the public dissemination of classified or otherwise protected information. Once cleared, the transcript will be publicly available.
The interview will be conducted in a secure setting so all relevant questions can be asked and answered without regard to classification. Present for the interview will be the two chairmen, the two ranking members, Deputy Attorney General Rosenstein and a court reporter.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was a no-show for last Thursday’s Congressional hearing and he is refusing to turn over McCabe’s memos, which are under subpoena.
GOP lawmakers want to ask Rod Rosenstein about his plot to wear a wire and oust Trump from office.
Former FBI lawyer James Baker appeared on Capitol Hill earlier Thursday for the second time to testify about Rosenstein’s plan to wear a wire and and the use of FISA warrants to oust President Trump from office.
Rep. Meadows emerged from the testimony Thursday calling for Rosenstein to “resign immediately.”
It’s too bad Jim Jordan and Mark Meadows won’t be able to grill Rosenstein next week.