Yesterday, Trump referred to the possible obstruction of justice investigation as the "single greatest witch hunt in American political history". Trump has called the investigation a "witch hunt".
Citing Rosenstein's private remarks, ABCNews reported that he may have to recuse himself from the investigation, potentially following in the footsteps of Attorney General Jeff Sessions who did so in early March in a move that continues to vex the American president.
Mr. Rosenstein in May appointed former FBI Director Robert Mueller as special counsel to oversee the Russian Federation probe - which has now reportedly stretched to include inquiries into the business dealings of Mr. Trump's son-in-law and adviser Jared Kushner, as well as whether Mr. Trump tried to obstruct the Russian Federation investigation.
Trump also took aim at his favorite foil - the media.
NBC is reaching out to the White House. However, several days later, in an interview with NBC News's Lester Holt, Trump contradicted his administration and cited "this Russian Federation thing" as the reason for Comey's sacking.
There has been growing concern among Trump and his allies that Mueller's past professional relationship with Comey is getting in the way of his investigation into Russia's interference of 2016 presidential election.
A day later, Mr. Rosenstein appointed Mr. Mueller, who was at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation during the September 11 attacks, as special counsel. Reports also said the president, at one point, thought of firing Mueller because he thought the special counsel was a part "witch hunt" against him.
Trump did not make it clear whom his tweet was referring to. "Sad!" A Washington Post review of recent special counsel and special prosecutor investigations found they took an average of three years to conclude. "Nice", Trump wrote in his first tweet. Trump has repeatedly complained about the probe, saying Democrats can not accept his election win. He said the president "sought my advice and input" on Comey's firing. Though Mr Pence was not involved in Mr Trump's presidential campaign, he may be called as a witness in the investigation into links between the Trump campaign team and Russian Federation.
Michael Rogers and former Deputy NSA Director Rick Ledgett to be interviewed as early as this week by his investigators. Trump's strategy for tweeting about what has become an obstruction of justice investigation focused on him is unclear.
President Erdogan was in a vehicle parked nearby and witnessed the May incident. 11 people were injured during the confrontation. In addition to the 12, warrants were issued for the arrest of two Canadian citizens who took part in the brawl.
Brooks said Scalise, the House Majority Whip from Louisiana , was hit in the hip, and about four other people were shot . He also said he used his belt as a tourniquet to help one of the victims saying the shooter appeared to be a white male.
A Destatis spokesperson added: "The link to Brexit seems clear". 'This is the highest ever level of registered British citizens'. In all, 2,865 Britons were granted German citizenship in 2016 - a 361 percent increase over the previous year.
So, I'm seeing my side my people and what's been happening in the past two years has been helping my people", Maceda said. Another Senior White House Official said in February Trump had ordered a full review of the USA policy toward Cuba .
Rowe, 43, has been serving life without parole since 2002, and Dubose, 24, began a 20-year sentence in 2015. Monica had been with the Georgia Department of Corrections since October 2009 and Billue since July 2007.
On Wednesday the Nevada boxing commissions approved a request for a boxing event from Mayweather Productions in August. Though oddsmakers make Mayweather a big favorite, the thought of the fight has excited many in the MMA world.
Title-holders India were set a target of 339 to win the Champions Trophy final against arch-rivals Pakistan at The Oval on Sunday. Fast bowler Mohammad Amir has recovered fully from back spasm and has been recalled in the playing XI in place of Ruman Raees.
The new app review guidelines stipulate that developers may no longer create their own pop-ups to ask for a rating. Perhaps it is due to that lack of adoption that the company wasted little time before requiring its use.
Banning Flippers? North Korea lashes out at trade sanctions
North Korea has arrested 16 American citizens and is still holding three - Kim Dong Chul, Kim Sang-duk, and Kim Hak-song. Doctors said they examined Warmbier's body and saw no evidence of fractures that might be evidence of severe beatings.
MMA: Holm says McGregor can cause Mayweather problems
It's being speculated that both men will be paid a staggering $100 million each for the fight to be aired on pay-per-view TV. I can see him doing it. "He knows Conor McGregor is coming after him and Floyd's looking to get him up out of there, too".
Trump says Scalise shooter is dead
The White House also canceled a "listening session" on tax reform with top economic adviser Gary Cohn and auto industry leaders. Steve Scalise when shots rang out at an Alexandria, VA, baseball field as the Republican team practiced for a charity game.
US says Rodman did not help in NKorea release
North Korea says he has been in a coma for more than a year, after taking a sleeping pill while fighting food poisoning. In the past, North Korea has held out until senior USA officials or statesmen came to personally bail out detainees.
Exiting European climate accord is good for Texas
Goldstein agrees with Trump that the Paris Accord would damage the USA economy, but chooses not to specify how this might be so. In the communique, the USA added a footnote saying it's taking its own steps to reduce the country's carbon footprint.
Middlesbrough appoint former Leeds boss Garry Monk
Despite the comments, he said he didn't want to go into too much detail regarding his surprise departure from Leeds. GARRY MONK today revealed Steve Gibson's vision convinced him to take charge of relegated Middlesbrough .