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WHY DID SHE LEAVE? DOJ official directly beneath Rod Rosenstein to step down. Related: Two more…

WHY DID SHE LEAVE? DOJ official directly beneath Rod Rosenstein to step down. Related: Two more officials cited in FBI texts step down: The FBI’s media chief and the head of the Justice Department’s anti-espionage section are both departing.
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