Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein Sends Resignation Letter To Trump, Will Leave Post May 11

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, beset from all sides with criticism over his role in the probe of Russian interference in the 2016 presidential race, is resigning.


Rosentstein submitted his resignation letter to President Trump on Monday, effective May 11, The Wall Street Journal reported.


Rosenstein’s designated successor, Jeffrey Rosen, a favorite of Attorney General William Barr, is awaiting a likely confirmation by the Senate.

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