Fox News contributor Jason Chaffetz took issue on Tuesday with Attorney General Jeff Sessions being "absent" from President Trump's discussions with Rod Rosenstein.
Alan Dershowitz said Tuesday on Fox & Friends that he believes Rod Rosenstein won't hold his position as deputy attorney general after November's midterms.
Sarah Sanders declined to speculate about what will happen during President Trump's meeting with Rod Rosenstein, but she did say it's time to end Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe.
Florida Congressman Matt Gaetz said Monday that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should testify before Congress regarding the report he considered wearing a wire to record President Trump.
Daniel Henninger, deputy editor of The Wall Street Journal's editorial page, said the Democratic Party's strategy heading into November's midterm elections is to "create chaos" around the Trump presidency, in order to suppress Republican turnout.
Judge Andrew Napolitano said Monday on America's Newsroom that the special counsel's Russia investigation will continue with or without Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
Dr. Sebastian Gorka said Saturday on “Fox & Friends” that the bombshell report on Rod Rosenstein shows the corruption of top Obama-era officials.
In his opening monologue on Friday night, Sean Hannity said that President Trump should "under zero circumstances" fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein.
The panel on "The Five" on Friday discussed the New York Times report that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein made reference to recording President Trump and possibly working to invoke the 25th Amendment against him.
In the wake of a New York Times report Friday alleging Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein made statements about secretly recording President Trump and invoking the 25th Amendment, law Professor Jonathan Turley said it likely put a strain on an already tough White House relationship.
"Fox News Sunday" anchor Chris Wallace reacted Friday on "Shepard Smith Reporting" to a bombshell report that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein suggested last year secretly recording President Trump.
Judge Andrew Napolitano reacted to a New York Times report that said Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein suggested secretly recording President Trump to expose chaos in the White House and pressed cabinet members to invoke the 25th Amendment.