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Staff on monday about a base the damage peeling according to washington post to john kelly for the white house not to release this memo that's right in anderson we did report yesterday that rod rosenstein the deputy attorney general and the fbi director christopher ray uh were meeting with the white house chief of staff john kelly yesterday obviously this was a uh a very interestingly time meeting because this was all happening as the andrew mccabe resignation story was coming down yesterday but uh but anderson yes the washington post is reporting this evening uh that uh rosenstein and ray were appealing to john kelly a during this meeting uh that this gop memo this nunez memo alleging abuses in the russia investigation should not be released and uh we have also heard from other sources over here at the white house that there were some concerns about releasing this memo uh it's interesting to note anderson earlier today our sources were telling us that the president was in klein to release that memo and then late in the afternoon sarah sanders the white house press secretary gave my colleague jeff zalinje a comment that said at this time there are no current plans to release that memo a enerson my read on that is that there is a bit of a tug of war there's a bit of a debate going on inside this white house as to what to do about that memo and earlier this morning the house speaker himself paul ryan was telling reporters and our breakfast within that i attended uh and also told reporters later on at the capitol that memo should be released uh so there appears to be some pretty intense debate inside uh the republican party right now as to what to do about that memo obviously democrats are howling that it would be inappropriate to release that memo that it could jeopardize uh practices and methods of law enforcement officials who were handling that very sensitive investigation anderson joe cost of the white house are looking at their cell a picture of them southport ago we're expect the president to be ah leaving at any moment can take a quick break we'll be right back recovers from tim.