closevideo Deputy attorney General Rosenstein: Barr memo has no impact on our decisions in the Robert Mueller investigation
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein is expected to leave his role in the coming weeks, confirmed a new attorney General, a report early Wednesday released said.
There was no indication that he was forced from his position of President Donald Trump, but several sources told ABC News that Rosenstein is expected that approximately two years ago.
Rosenstein has left Trump and White house officials, aware of his plan, the report said. His exit is expected to be roughly from the time of William Barr– trump is the candidate for attorney-General– office, ABC News would have said.
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The Ministry of justice did not immediately respond to Fox News for comment early Wednesday.
Speculation of Rosenstein is mounted to the departure, after the dismissal of the former attorney General Jeff Sessions in November. He has overlooked, Special Counsel Robert Mueller to investigate whether in Russia to 2016 presidential elections, experimented, and became a target of Trump on Twitter.