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Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Thursday he didn’t threaten to quit after FBI Director James Comey was fired, contrary to a Wednesday press report, says the Washington Examiner.
From the Washington Examiner:
Rosenstein was asked to respond to the report by Sinclair Broadcast Group’s Michelle Macaluso as he was walking out of a meeting with the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence.
“No, I’m not quitting,” he said in a video posted to Twitter.
Macaluso asked again if he threatened to quit, to which he replied, “no.”
When asked if he threatened to quit over Comey's firing, Deputy AG Rosenstein responds: "No, I'm not quitting." https://t.co/DEhWnTTaMw pic.twitter.com/0FCX7Al3WH
— ABC News (@ABC) May 12, 2017