VIDEO Rosenstein: Comey Memos Were Confidential and Improperly Leaked

 

Rosenstein agreed with MacCallum that

“As a general proposition, you have to understand the Department of Justice. We take confidentiality seriously, so when we have memoranda about our ongoing matters, we have an obligation to keep that confidential.”

When asked about releasing the memos in light of those rules, Rosenstein stated “As a general position, I think it is quite clear. It’s what we were taught, all of us as prosecutors and agents.”

That is a pretty damning statements against Comey who did not have to leak the memos in order to have them considered by investigators, as I have previously discussed 

 

One matter that was not discussed was Rosenstein’s much delayed recusal.  I believe that Rosenstein has a glaring and troubling conflict given his interactions with Trump before and after the termination of Comey.  I am frankly flabbergasted by Rosenstein’s refusal thus far to recuse himself.  Presumably the Justice Department Ethics Office said that this conflict is both clear or pressing. If not, the office is a paper tiger.  Rosenstein is showing a willful blindness to his conflict. At some point, further delay will look less like sheer stubbornness and more like arrogance in refusing to acknowledge his curious positions as both a potential focus and ultimate authority in this investigation.

Rosenstein: Comey Memos Were Confidential and Improperly Leaked


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4 Responses to VIDEO Rosenstein: Comey Memos Were Confidential and Improperly Leaked

  1. Brittius says:

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