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Outgoing Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand said Thursday that she would have been "very happy to stay" at the Department of Justice (DOJ) but was offered an opportunity in the private sector she couldn't pass up. Brand is stepping down from the No. 3 post at DOJ after nine months on the job to ...
After Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the Russia probe because he failed to disclose contacts with the Russian ambassador, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein took over. But Republicans and President Donald Trump's administration have grown increasingly frustrated with the ...

Updated | The third-ranking official in the Department of Justice--who would oversee the investigation into Russian meddling in the 2016 election if Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was fired, resigns or recuses himself--is stepping down. Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, whom President ...
Donald Trump met with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Tuesday to discuss a classified memo that Democrats say will counter GOP allegations that the FBI abused its spying powers while investigating the president's 2016 campaign, White House Press Secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said.
C.) said Sunday he doesn't think Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should be fired. Rosenstein oversees special ... The South Carolina Republican said: "I think it is fair to ask the Deputy Attorney General, 'What did you know at the time you signed one of the applications?' I think it is fair to ask, 'What ...
Trump refuses to rule out firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over Russia probe ..... Since Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from all matters related to the Russia investigation, Mr Rosenstein has been overseeing the Russia probe for the Justice Department. Last May, the Deputy ...

SHAPIRO: So Rod Rosenstein is the Deputy Attorney General, but he oversees Mueller, the special counsel. He's the acting attorney general in that respect. You've covered him for a very long time. What can you tell us about him? JOHNSON: Sure. Rod Rosenstein runs the Justice Department day to day.
President Trump asked Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein during a White House meeting in December about where his loyalty stood, according to a report Wednesday. Trump questioned Rosenstein about the direction special counsel Robert Mueller's investigation was heading and whether he was ...
He can and will (as authorized by Department of Justice regulations) file a report on his findings with the attorney general (or, since Attorney General Sessions is, in this case, recused, with the Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein). Rosenstein will then be faced with the important decision of whether ...
But democracies don't function like neatly-ending screenplays. The characters on whom democracies depend may perform erratically; citizens may not fully understand their conduct or motives; people may not trust them. I have not held back from criticizing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein over the ...
Devin Nunes (R-Calif.) has been circulating among his Republican colleagues, supposedly showing anti-Trump bias at the FBI. The New York Times reports that it singles out Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for approving the continuation of surveillance of former Trump adviser Carter Page, whom ...
This article is part of the Opinion Today newsletter. You can sign up here to receive the newsletter each weekday. First, a few words on the State of the Union address. There will be a lot of meaningless commentary about President Trump's speech tonight. His critics will criticize him, his supporters will ...
Chairman Devin Nunes, R-Calif., wrote the GOP document, which purportedly shows that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein signed off on a FISA warrant last spring to continue the surveillance of former Trump campaign adviser Carter Page. According to rumor, Republicans have cherry-picked ...
People are worried that President Donald Trump could move to oust Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Rosenstein oversees Robert Mueller, the special counsel leading the FBI's investigation into Russia's interference in the 2016 US election. Monday saw momentous developments in the Russia ...
House Speaker Paul Ryan sees "no reason" for President Donald Trump to fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. Rosenstein is being targeted by House Republicans as they allege bias in special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation. Ryan says Rosenstein is doing a "fine job.".
President Trump reportedly backed off his threats to fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller last year under pressure from White House counsel Don McGahn, but more recently, CNN reports, he has expressed an interest in firing Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein instead. Rosenstein oversees ...
President Donald Trump is so mad about the ongoing Russia investigation that he has reportedly turned that ire toward Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. The news comes shortly after the bombshell New York Times revelation that Trump reportedly tried to fire special counsel Robert Mueller last ...

n. A proposal to ensure that texts are capable of being decoded, and phones unlocked, when the government obtains a warrant. Coined by US Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, responsible encryption is a new name for an old argument: that public agencies fighting crime and terrorism must have ...
FBI director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein met with leaders from the Senate Intelligence Committee on Wednesday, CNBC reports. SPOTTED leaving Capitol Hill together: FBI Dir Chris Wray & Dep AG Rod Rosenstein: pic.twitter.com/Bl53sJcAoX. -- Frank Thorp V ...
Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the man who hired and oversees special counsel Robert Mueller, has been tight-lipped about Mueller's investigation of possible collusion between Russia and President Donald Trump's 2016 campaign. Forum Club of the Palm Beaches President Tony ...
One puzzle that deepens with Mike Schmidt's New York Times story on "Trump's Struggle to Keep [a] Grip on [the] Russia Investigation" is why Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has not recused himself from overseeing the Mueller investigation. On lawfare's special edition podcast yesterday, Susan ...
MIAMI (CBSMiami) - Deputy U.S. Attorney General Rod Rosenstein was in South Florida on Thursday, holding a roundtable to discuss human trafficking. It's a problem the area has seen a lot of and is trying to tackle with a special task force. January is National slavery and Human Trafficking Prevention ...
FBI Director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein met with House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday to discuss demands by congressional supporters of President Donald Trump that the Justice Department hand over files relevant to the Russia investigation. The Republican-led ...
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has suddenly found himself in the middle of Washington's biggest political firestorm, and there are growing signs that he may not be able to avoid being consumed by it. Rosenstein is the man responsible for overseeing special counsel Robert Mueller's ...
The most useful clue may lie in Trump's fixation on Rosenstein, the Deputy Attorney General, and a figure whose centrality to the investigation has been underplayed. After Attorney General Jeff Sessions had to recuse himself from the Russia probe (thereby enraging Trump), Rosenstein stepped in and ...
WASHINGTON ― Here's an extraordinary claim that Fox News viewers have been hearing in recent days: The second-in-command at the Justice Department, the Republican law enforcement veteran whom President Donald Trump tapped to become Deputy Attorney General, threatened the Republican ...
Washington (CNN) A new TV ad from a prominent conservative group slams Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, the Trump-appointed number two ... "Rod Rosenstein, a weak careerist at the Justice Department protecting liberal Obama holdovers and the deep state instead of following the rule of law ...
After Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation, Trump took the dramatic step of firing FBI Director James Comey -- but only after asking him for a pledge of loyalty and to back off the FBI investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn, according to Comey.
FBI director Christopher Wray and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein met with Sens. Richard Burr, R-N.C., and Mark Warner, D-Va., NBC News reported Wednesday, citing a senate aide. Wray and Rosenstein were seen leaving the Hart Senate Office Building. Thorp tweet. Burr is the chairman of ...


 

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