Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein warns American to “exercise caution” when they hear stories from anonymous or unverified sources.
The saddest part of this is that people need to be told to ignore news stories from anonymous sources.
Deputy AG Rosenstein may have been warning Americans about the leaks coming out of the investigation into allegations of collusion between the Trump campaign and the Kremlin.
Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein just issued an unusual statement basically telling people not to believe leaks. pic.twitter.com/VqfDIm1cqY
— Eric Geller (@ericgeller) June 16, 2017
Twitter users found Rosentstein’s statement odd, interesting, bizarre and strange, among other things.
Strange new statement from Deputy AG Rosenstein on 'anonymous allegations', says "Americans should be skeptical". pic.twitter.com/BxRCCvRWXg
— Kyle Griffin (@kylegriffin1) June 16, 2017
What's clear: Rod Rosenstein does not like anonymous sources.
What's not: Why he's putting out this bizarre statement. pic.twitter.com/W5gRIGtgRS
— Matt Viser (@mviser) June 16, 2017
Some Twitter users believe that Rosenstein was told to put out the statement.
Biz Pac Review reports:
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein warned Americans to “exercise caution” when hearing news stories from anonymous sources.
Rosenstein’s statement issued on Thursday may have been alluding to the leaks coming from the ongoing investigation of alleged collusion between President Trump’s campaign and Russian officials.