- President Trump visited Orlando this Monday and delivered a speech, as he attended the International Association of Chiefs of Police at the Orange County Convention Center.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein leaves Air Force One with White House Chief of Staff John Kelly as he arrives aboard Air Force One with President Trump in Orlando, Florida, U.S. October 8, 2018.
Trump told reporters earlier on Monday that he has a "good relationship" with Rosenstein.
Trump said Monday that the two men will be "talking on the plane" and said he looks "forward to being with him".
"So, while resources are always welcome, the idea of what President Trump is talking about is not only not welcome - it's antithetical to what we're working on, and that is about a strong, pro-active, professional police department".
Asked if Rosenstein still has the job, Gidley replied, "Yes".
Trump and Rosenstein had been scheduled to meet last week to discuss The New York Times report that flung Rosenstein into limbo.
That means Rosenstein is still overseeing the Justice Department's Russian Federation election meddling probe that has so riled Trump.
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A perfectly reasonable response one would feel, Willian did add that he is playing with "pleasure", and enjoys the fact that Chelsea are now playing "proper football ".
Last year, the President signaled permissiveness toward police roughing up suspects, telling a group of law enforcement officers: "When you see these thugs being thrown into the back of a paddy wagon, you just see them thrown in, rough, and I said, 'Please don't be too nice'".
It was not immediately clear whether Trump and Rosenstein would hold that meeting on the trip to Florida on Monday. The article said that while Rosenstein had made the suggestions over concern about chaos in the administration, none of them actually came to fruition.
White House officials have told The Post that Trump is unlikely to fire Rosenstein before the midterm elections in November.
Thank you as well to our Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for being here.
Trump also said reducing crime "begins with respecting law enforcement".
Last month, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., subpoenaed the memos and materials belonging to McCabe as part of their ongoing joint investigation into decisions "made and not made" by the Justice Department and the FBI during the 2016 election.
Trying to appease conservative House Republicans who have threatened Rosenstein with impeachment proceedings, the deputy AG has agreed to talk to them in a private session.