Questions About Rod Rosenstein’s ‘Recommendation’ Letter Remain

So Rod Rosenstein went before a closed-door meeting with the Senate Democrats and apparently, they came away with a less-than-enthusiastic attitude towards Rosenstein, particularly on why he drafted a letter recommending the termination of then FBI Director James Comey when he already knew President Trump made the decision.
Here is what Rosenstein said when briefing the House today:
On May 8, I learned that President Trump intended to remove Director Comey and sought my advice and input. Notwithstanding my personal affection for Director Comey, I thought it was appropriate to seek a new leader.
I wrote a brief memorandum to the Attorney General summarizing my longstanding concerns about Director Comey’s public statements concerning the Secretary Clinton email investigation.
I chose the issues to include in my memorandum.
It is a candid internal memorandum about the FBI Director’s public statements concerning a high-profile criminal investigation.
I sent my signed memorandum to the Attorney General afternoon on Tuesday,

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