ROD ROSENSTEIN QUITS HIS JOB RIGHT AFTER COMPLETION OF MUELLER’S PROBE

Advertisement

FOX NEWS – Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who frequently found himself in the political crosshairs due to his role in the special counsel’s Russia probe and whose departure has long been expected, submitted his resignation on Monday to President Trump ending a tumultuous two years in which he tried to steady a rocky Justice Department and its relationship with the White House.

Before tendering his resignation, Rosenstein had been saying for quite some time that he planned to leave the department once Mueller’s probe of Russian collusion and obstruction by the president was completed. Rosenstein will officially leave the Justice Department on May 11. Rosenstein’s successor, deputy transportation secretary Jeffrey Rosen, is awaiting his Senate confirmation.

Advertisement
Advertisement

Be the first to comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.


*