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Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein dodged questions about their future with the Department of Justice following criticisms from President Trump. In an interview with the New York Times published...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump attacked his Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein during the explosive New York Times interview published Wednesday for being from Baltimore, even though he was born and raised in and around Philadelphia. “There are very few Republicans in Baltimore, if any,”...
Sessions' ultimate Trump card might be that should he quit or be fired, he would be immediately replaced by Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein — a man who President Trump has expressed profound distrust for.
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein were hit Thursday with several questions on President Donald Trump's eye-popping interview with The New York Times published the day before. In the Times interview, Trump said he wouldn't have hired Sessions if he knew he'd recuse himself from the Russia investigation. Show More Summary
On Wednesday, in an interview with the New York Times, President Trump attacked everyone involved in the Russia investigation: Attorney General Jeff Sessions, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, former FBI Director James Comey, and Special Counsel Robert Mueller. Show More Summary
President Donald Trump criticized Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein for being from Baltimore in a lengthy interview with the New York Times published Wednesday. Rosenstein is actually from Philadelphia. Trump's deputy attorney general had served in the Justice Department during the Clinton, Bush, and Obama administrations. Show More Summary
Attorney General Jeff Sessions and Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein are announcing plans to launch an international cybercrime enforcement effort at 10 a.m. ET in Washington, D.C. Continue reading ? The post WATCH LIVE: Sessions, Rosenstein to launch international cybercrime effort appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is not happy with former FBI director James Comey for publicizing the existence of memos he wrote documenting his private conversations with President Donald Trump. Speaking to Fox News host Martha...Show More Summary
Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein suggested he was uncomfortable with former FBI director James Comey’s decision to leak contents of a memo detailing an encounter between him and President Donald Trump where the president – according...Show More Summary
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein said Wednesday that fired FBI Director James Comey broke FBI agency protocol by giving memos... The post Deputy AG Rosenstein Breaks Silence on Comey: Says Former Director Broke FBI Policy by Leaking Memos to the Press appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Two of the most consequential figures in the Trump legal soap opera have been a pair of Justice Department officials whose names the public wouldn’t typically know. The first is Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who has run into...Show More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Rumor has it that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein might recuse himself from supervisory responsibility over the investigation being conducted by “special counsel” Robert Mueller. Rosenstein distanced himself from the investigation by appointing an outside lawyer in the first place. Show More Summary
The Hill reports: The top White House spokesman on Monday did not directly answer a question about whether President Trump supports Rod Rosenstein amid speculation that the deputy attorney general may have to recuse himself from overseeing an investigation into Russian election meddling. Show More Summary
UP: Robert S. Mueller III’s legal team DOWN: Mark Kasowitz UP: Vice President Pence getting separate counsel DOWN: Kasowitz’s advice for White House staff not to get separate counsel UP: Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein DOWN: Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s credibility UP: Capitol Hill police DOWN: Newt Gingrich UP: Democratic expectations in the Georgia […]
If President Trump fires Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, Rachel Brand would take over special counsel Robert Mueller's Russia probe and reported investigation into obstruction of justice.
Donald Trump tweeted an apparent attack on his Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein – another sign the president is more frustrated than ever with the Russia probe as a new report says he’s yelling at White House TVs over coverage of the investigation.
Ryan Lizza on how the Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein’s recent actions related to the Russia investigation may have triggered President Trump’s wrath.
Donald Trump tweeted an apparent attack on his Deputy Attorney General, Rod Rosenstein – another sign the president is more frustrated than ever with the...
Former ethics czar under President Barack Obama, Norm Eisen, feels bad for Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. During an interview with CNN’s Brooke Baldwin, Eisen admitted he was passing not merely judgment but his own “human judgment” by the comment. “I’ve had...