"What we are seeing is anyone that gets close to Donald Trump becomes tainted by that experience," Representative Adam Schiff said.
Attorney General William Barr "will defend the principles" of the Justice Department, his deputy attorney general wrote ahead of Thursday's release of special counsel Robert Mueller's report.
President Donald Trump's most vocal supporters and Fox News favorites, including Sean Hannity and South Carolina Senator Lindsey Graham, argued this week that the president is the victim of an attempted coup.
Rosen will replace Rod Rosenstein, who has been attacked recently by the president over claims of a secret taping plot.
"Their loyalty under law is not to him personally. It is to the Constitution of the United States and to the people of United States," Senator Elizabeth Warren said.
Andrew McCabe in a "60 Minutes" interview described chaos in the top echelons of the FBI and Department of Justice after Trump took office.
The Republican senator warned William Barr, Trump's attorney general nominee, about the president's reading habits.
The deputy attorney general has reportedly already informed President Donald Trump and White House officials of his plan to leave the administration once William Barr is confirmed as attorney general.
The 25th Amendment allows for a complicated process to remove a president from office.
"They believe that a lie repeated a thousand times will become the truth," said a Chinese government spokesperson.
"Why do you think he belongs behind bars?" the president said about the deputy attorney general, who appointed special counsel Robert Mueller to lead the Russia investigation.
"Robert Mueller is getting under his skin," Lemon said.
Matt Whitaker is chief of staff to Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and if President Donald Trump pulls the trigger on Rod Rosenstein, Whitaker will replace him.
"It was important for the president to know what information we've uncovered because he's got to make very important decisions for the country," Rod Rosenstein said.
"If they're not here by July 6th," Meadows said of the documents, "Then certainly contempt and impeachment [of Rosenstein] will be in order."
Giuliani warned that Sessions and Rosenstein had one last chance on Friday to "redeem themselves."
The forms were referred to the Justice Department following a complaint by the watchdog group Citizens for Responsibility and Ethics in Washington (CREW).
"You just want to help the president. You're not even reading the documents," Ingraham told Nunes.
Manafort had claimed Rod Rosenstein gave Mueller too broad of powers and that Mueller exceeded his mandate.
The police commander instructed officers to prepare for protests starting April 19.
"Attorney Client privilege is now a thing of the past," Trump said.
Representative Jim Jordan previously claimed Hillary Clinton's campaign colluded with Russia in the 2016 presidential election.