One Deputy Attorney General going out, a new one to be nominated – all within a span of about 24 hours.
ABC News Politics tweeted Monday night a report of Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein will be leaving the Justice Department in mid-March.
JUST IN: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has told colleagues he plans to leave the Justice Department in mid-March, according to a DOJ official familiar with the matter. https://t.co/keAFk8v8fo pic.twitter.com/E2OxicNJzq— ABC News (@ABC) February 19, 2019
This report comes from DOJ official familiar with the matter, according to ABC News.
On Tuesday, President Trump announced his intent to nominate Jeff Rosen as Deputy Attorney General at the Department of Justice, ABC News Politics reported.
Pres. Trump announces intent to nominate Jeff Rosen as Deputy Attorney General at the Department of Justice. https://t.co/VjuhWRGveG pic.twitter.com/HpdPYrhWBA— ABC News Politics (@ABCPolitics) February 20, 2019