President Donald J. Trump will speak in Orlando this Monday

Cheryl Sanders
October 9, 2018

That became a very big story, actually, folks.

Though shooting deaths in Chicago are down, President Trump on Monday revived a favorite campaign theme when he slammed gun violence in the Windy City - and urged cops there to launch "stop and frisk" policies to reduce the murder rate.

"Even someone as clueless as Donald Trump has to know stop-and-frisk is simply not the solution to crime", Matt McGrath, a spokesman for the mayor, said in an emailed statement.

This is a change from September 21, when Trump implied that he would fire Rosenstein after a New York Times report that claimed Rosenstein had said he would consider using the 25th Amendment to remove Trump from office.

The president leaves the White House Friday morning and is expected to arrive at Orlando International Airport at 12:40 p.m. It was not immediately clear if the flight would substitute for the preplanned White House meeting.

"Rudy Giuliani when he was mayor of New York City had a very strong program of stop and frisk, and it went from an unacceptably risky city in one of the safest cities in the country, and I think the safest big city in the country".

Sources told Fox News that the meeting where Rosenstein allegedly made the comments about wearing a "wire" took place at the Justice Department on May 16, 2017. "If he was willing to wear a wire and secretly record the president, it's someplace that this country has never been before".

"Like when you guys put somebody in the auto and you're protecting their head, you know, the way you put their hand over, like, don't hit their head, and they've just killed somebody ..."

House Judiciary Committee Chairman Bob Goodlatte (R-Va.) issued a subpoena to Attorney General Jeff Sessions on September 27, for the McCabe memos.

The president told the gathering of thousands of law enforcement officers that he has directed Attorney General Jeff Sessions to address violence in Chicago, saying there's "no reason for it".

The meeting came after The New York Times published a story last month about Rosenstein's alleged plotting in the wake of James Comey's firing from the Federal Bureau of Investigation previous year.

Democratic members - and a shrinking list of Republicans - cite Rosenstein's management of the Russian Federation probe to warn firing him would create a "constitutional crisis". Add Donald Trump as an interest to stay up to date on the latest Donald Trump news, video, and analysis from ABC News.

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.

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