Well, it looks like that expectation that Trump would fire Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and replace him with Rachel Brand, Associate Attorney General, has hit a bit of a snag:
Rachel L. Brand, the No. 3 official at the Justice Department, plans to step down after nine months on the job as the country’s top law enforcement agency has been under attack by President Trump, according to two people briefed on her decision.
Rachel Brand would have taken over the Russia investigation if Rod Rosenstein was fired
The third-highest ranking Justice Department official, Rachel Brand, is leaving her post, reports the New York Times. Rachel L. Brand, the No. 3 official at the Justice Department, plans to step down after nine months on the job as...
A former CIA official who was law school classmates with newly-resigned Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand explained to an MSNBC panel Friday afternoon that her departure may precede that of the deputy attorney general. Former ...
Brand was next in line of succession to Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for oversight of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s probe.