President Trump asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein in December if he was “on my team,” CNN reported Wednesday. Rosenstein originally visited the White House to ask for “Trump’s support in fighting off document demands from House Intelligence Chairman Devin Nunes.” According to sources, Rosenstein was surprised by Trump’s question, and reportedly responded: “Of course, we’re all on your team, Mr. President.” The Department of Justice and the White House declined to comment on the incident. This comes after Trump also reportedly asked former FBI Director James Comey, soon-to-be-former deputy FBI chief Andrew McCabe, and Attorney General Jeff Sessions about their loyalty to him.
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