FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP

Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein ‘will let Congress see classified information’ after meeting with Donald Trump

The meeting came a day after US President Donald Trump demanded the US Justice Department investigate whether the FBI had an informant inside his 2016 campaign

Topic |   Trump-Russia collusion investigations
FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
FBI Director Christopher Wray (centre-left) and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (centre-right; both men seen on May 1) attended a meeting with Donald Trump on Monday. Photo: Getty Images/AFP
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