09 October, 2018
Rosenstein has denied the September 21 New York Times report as "inaccurate and factually incorrect".
Trump said he "had a good talk" with Rosenstein.
The group discussed violent crime in Chicago, support for local law enforcement, border security, the police chiefs' conference they were flying to and "general DOJ business", spokesman Hogan Gidley said without elaboration.
The Republican real estate billionaire is infuriated by what he says is Special Counsel Robert Mueller´s "witch hunt" into whether Moscow conspired with his campaign in the shock 2016 election win.
"No, I don't. No", Trump replied.
Rosenstein had appeared close to being fired following U.S. media reports - which he denied - that he discussed secretly recording Trump and using the 25th constitutional amendment for removing presidents found to be unfit for office.
The president frequently brings up the IL city when he's talking about crime, and he suggested Chicago consider bringing back the controversial policy used by former New York City Mayor Rudy Guiliani, who is also Trump's lawyer.
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And he blamed "evil" people for almost sinking his Supreme Court nominee, Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation, saying, "It was a disgraceful situation".
"That'll be very nice", Trump said. First Lady Melania Trump will not attend, with her office citing a long-standing prior commitment. "And we'll see", the president said at a news conference when asked if he would fire the deputy attorney general.
Critics predicted disaster, but Gotham's murder rate continued to fall even as cops cut back on stops - a point Hizzoner hammered home in a tweet after Trump spoke. But if he changes his mind, advisers have urged Trump to wait until after the November midterm elections.
"Just look at what is now being exposed in the Department of Justice and the FBI", Trump had said at a rally, "look at what's going on".
The Times report, though, fueled speculation over whether Trump would fire Rosenstein, but the president signaled at a press conference on the sidelines of the United Nations General Assembly last month that his "preference would be to keep him, to let him finish up" the Russian Federation investigation.
"We are pushing very hard to make sure that he comes in under oath to Congress and let the American people judge for themselves", House Freedom Caucus Chairman Mark Meadows, R-N.C., told Fox News late last month. Don't hit their head, I said, 'You can take the hand away, OK?' " he added.