"We'll be talking on the plane", Trump said.
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When asked by ABC News if he is concerned about Rosenstein's loyalty, the president on Monday didn't directly answer but said he's gotten to know him and gets along very well with him. The Justice Department in the Trump administration has said reducing violent crime and supporting local enforcement are priorities.
The statement comes after speculation that Rosenstein's job was at risk following a New York Times story that detailed a suggestion by Rosenstein to tape conversations between the president and DOJ officials, along with his suggestion of invoking the 25th Amendment.
Any termination or resignation of Rosenstein has the potential to affect the special counsel's investigation into possible co-ordination between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign since Rosenstein appointed former FBI director Robert Mueller to the job of special counsel and closely oversees his work.
"Look, I'm traveling with Rod I didn't know Rod before. It'll be very nice".
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The Premier League now takes a two-week break for the global window with City next in action at home to Burnley on October 20th. That incident brought late drama, but after the thrills of the four meetings last season, this was something of an anti-climax.
"Rudy Giuliani, when he was mayor of New York City, had a very strong program of stop and frisk, and it went from an unacceptably unsafe city to one of the safest city in the country and I think the safest big city in the country, so it works", the president said.
Washington was briefly abuzz on September 24 when Rosenstein headed to the White House to meet with chief of staff John Kelly, but reports that the retired Marine Corps general was handing him a pink slip turned out to be inaccurate. Their meeting two weeks ago was postponed amid the Supreme Court nomination hearings.
Trump had previously indicated he would prefer to keep Rosenstein in his post, but offered no definitive indication of Rosenstein's fate until his comments on Monday morning.
Rosenstein is joining Trump aboard Air Force One to an event in Florida on Monday, a likely indication that his Justice Department job is at least temporarily safe. Democrats believe it would raise questions about whether Trump would shut down the Mueller probe, which could energize their voters in House and Senate races.
Rosenstein assumed supervision of the investigation after Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself because of his own contacts with Russia's ambassador to Washington while serving as a Trump campaign adviser became public.