A closed-door interview with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein under oath won't be happening tomorrow.
House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte, R-Va., and House Oversight and Government Reform Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C., announced Tuesday they were postponing the interview, but did say when the Justice Department official will appear.
“The Committees are unable to ask all questions of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein within the time allotted for tomorrow’s transcribed interview, therefore, the interview will be postponed," according to a joint statement. "Mr. Rosenstein has indicated his willingness to testify before the Judiciary and Oversight Committees in the coming weeks in either a transcribed interview or a public setting. We appreciate his willingness to appear and will announce further details once it has been rescheduled.”
The interview was expected to include questions about reports Rosenstein considered wearing a wire to record conversations with President Trump and raised the possibility of removing the president from office using the 25th Amendment, reports Rosenstein has disputed.
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