Listen: Gerald Rosenstein, Trump And Michael Nettie discussed on America Tonight with Kate Delaney
"Three dozen charges against Michael Nettie. The attorney best known for criticizing Trump and accusing you know. He's been accused of a bunch of things including that. Stealing millions of dollars from his clients and filing their money into his own interests included, co ownership of a five million dollar jet. So that doesn't bode well for his attacks on not just the president. But other people that he went after pretty hard. If you remember stormy Daniels who he represented in that really kind of elevated him to fame. So the indictment says he defrauded clients for more than four years and pretty bleak stuff and serious details that say he there was even a claim that he avenue Eddie, allegedly if something he did caused a pair police it climbed to lose his supplemental security income benefits which were paid to adults and children with disabilities and prevented the same client from using settlement money to buy a house. Wow. Nettie is denying all of that through the miracle of Twitter. So go figure right go figure. What happens there we move from one bad situation to another one this one from Richard que? Did you see the Washington Post story about bar the attorney general in the way that he handled the Muller situation? He was. He was being defended by the deputy attorney general I did see them, and the deputy attorney general's is Gerald Rosenstein, and he said it was bizarre for anyone to claim that William bars is the G is trying to mislead people by not immediately releasing the special counsel report. He did an interview with the Wall Street Journal, and it's the first one since Muller concludes investigation into Russian interference into the twenty sixteen election, Rosenstein, tried to really throw out those criticisms of what bars doing and he said he's being as forthcoming as he can. And so any notion and gossip and nonsense, basically, whatever that he's trying to mislead people. I think is completely bizarre. And it was Rosenstein who appointed Muller in the first place to lead the investigation after President Trump's firing of FBI director James Comey"