The US Justice Department official who once oversaw the Russian Federation probe, Rod Rosenstein, plans to resign in mid-March, US news outlets reported. Rosenstein has been overseeing the Russian Federation probe for most of its existence, ever since former Attorney General Jeff Sessions recused himself from the investigation.
William Barr, US President Donald Trump's then-nominee for attorney general, testifies during his confirmation hearing before the Senate Judiciary Committee, on Capitol Hil in Washington, DC, on January 15, 2019.
An official announcement of who has been selected to replace Rosenstein could come as early as this week. He and Rod Rosenstein, who was hired by Jeff Sessions (another beauty), look like they were planning a very illegal act, and got caught.
NASA rover finally bites the dust on Mars after 15 years
Opportunity was exploring Mars' Perseverance Valley, fittingly, when the fiercest dust storm in decades hit and contact was lost. The Mars Exploration Rover team made its final, unsuccessful attempt to reach the Opportunity rover last night .
Rosenstein's departure from his post as deputy attorney general has been expected for some time.
According to McCabe, in a lengthy interview that aired Sunday on CBS's "60 Minutes", Rosenstein brought up the possibility of invoking the 25th Amendment of the US Constitution, which provides for the removal of a sitting president for incapacity.
The Justice Department echoed both denials in a statement released last week, saying Rosenstein "was not in a position to consider invoking the 25th Amendment".
Irving expected to be day-to-day with knee injury
That has to be the first goal. "I'm trying to win". "Trade deadline's over. Guys are hanging their heads. "Just hasn't been fun for a long time, man".
President Trump reacted furiously to the interview, tweeting of "illegal and treasonous" behaviour and an "illegal coup attempt".
Rosenstein ceased overseeing Mueller's probe on 7 November when Trump named Matt Whittaker acting attorney general.
Barr called Mueller's actions "grossly irresponsible" and criticized an aspect of the investigation into Trump's potential obstruction of justice as "fatally misconceived", The Wall Street Journal reported in December.
Wide receiver Antonio Brown asks Steelers for trade
Brown hinted at the news on Twitter Tuesday, writing, "Thank you SteelerNation for a big 9 years. time to move on and forward ". Fitting Brown under the salary cap, if he were to stay on his current deal, would be possible for the Eagles.
Mueller's investigation, which the president has repeatedly called a "witch hunt", has so far netted 34 individuals and three companies who have pleaded guilty, been indicted or been otherwise swept up in the inquiry.