Eight Days in May – Editorial of The New York Sun

February 15, 2019 by · Leave a Comment 

Maybe Hollywood will make a movie of the Trump administration called “Eight Days in May.” That’s the period in May 2017 between when President Trump fired the director of the FBI, James Comey, and Robert Mueller was named special prosecutor. Those days were, a new report says, when the Justice Department huddled on whether the new President could be removed under the 25th amendment.

The report is from the CBS’s interview with Andrew McCabe, the former acting director of the FBI who ended up getting fired for lying. “The most illuminating and surprising thing in the interview to me,” Scott Pelley of “60 Minutes” says, “were these eight days in May when all of these things were happening behind the scenes that the American people really didn’t know about.”

Like, say, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein offering to wear a wire in meetings with the newly elected President. “There were,” Mr. Pelley says, “meetings at the Justice Department at which it was discussed whether the vice president and a majority of the Cabinet could be brought together to remove the president of the United States under the 25th Amendment.”

Source: Eight Days in May

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