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Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand hinted last week that DOJ may become more involved in reviewing settlements.
Julia Ainsley, NBC News national security and justice reporter, talks with Rachel Maddow about discouraging circumstances within the Department of Justice...
Rachel Brand, leaving soon for a top legal post at Walmart, said the attorney general plans to review more class action settlements, and may file statements of interest in cases where the department finds a settlement unfair or unreasonable.
Rachel Brand had the backbone to refuse wrongful orders. She provided a measure of protection for Mueller and Justice independence. But now she's gone.
As previously reported, the third-highest ranking Justice Department official, Rachel Brand, is leaving her post, according to the New York Times. MSNBC video screenshot of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein (L) and Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand (R) The New York Times reported last week: Rachel L. Show More Summary
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Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand of the Justice Department has stepped down to take a job with Walmart. Brand was apparently fearful that she would have to oversee the Russia investigation if President Donald Trump decided toShow More Summary
Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand “had been unhappy with her job for months before the department announced her departure on Friday,” NBC News reports. “Brand grew frustrated by vacancies at the department and fear she would be asked to oversee [...]
A top justice department attorney who would be next in line to oversee a probe into Russian election interference is stepping aside. Associate attorney general Rachel Brand is planning to leave after less than a year on the job. TheShow More Summary
(Paul Mirengoff) Rachel Brand, the third highest ranking official in the Justice Department has resigned. She will become Walmart’s “Executive Vice President, Global Governance and Corporate Secretary.” With Brand’s departure, here is...Show More Summary
Is Trump further attempting to obstruct justice in Mueller’s investigation? After Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand, the third-highest-ranking official in the Department of Justice, abruptly resigned on Friday, professor of law...Show More Summary
In the chaos of the Trump Era, we are all forced to read tea leaves because nothing is transparent and nothing proceeds in an orderly way. We’re now a day after news broke that Rachel Brand is stepping down as Associate Attorney General, the third ranking appointee at the Justice Department. Show More Summary
The third-ranking official at the US Justice Department is resigning just nine months after taking the powerful position at the agency that President Donald Trump has been criticizing sharply. Associate Attorney General Rachel BrandShow More Summary
By John Walcott and Sarah N. Lynch WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Justice Department's third-ranking official, Rachel Brand, plans to step down and take a senior job at Walmart Inc, sources familiar with her decision said on Friday, at a time when President Donald Trump has taken aim at senior law enforcement officials. Show More Summary
Benjamin Wittes, editor in chief of Lawfare and friend of Rachel Brand, talks with Rachel Maddow about Donald Trump's hollowing-out of the Justice Department...
Rachel Maddow shows how the Nunes memo was a ploy to give Donald Trump an excuse to fire Rod Rosenstein who oversees Mueller's Trump Russia investigation....
Benjamin Wittes, the editor-in-chief of Lawfare and a personal friend of departing Associate Attorney General Rachel Brand said he was taken “totally by surprise” when she resigned abruptly on Friday — but that he’s glad she’s getting out of dodge. “It took me totally...