His name is Jeff Rosen, and he's already the number-two at another federal agency, the Transportation Department. A Trump administration official added that Attorney General William Barr has picked Jeffrey Rosen, who now serves as Deputy Secretary of the U.S. Department of Transportation, to serve as his deputy attorney general.
Rosen was previously a senior partner at Chicago-based law firm Kirkland & Ellis, where he worked for almost 30 years, according to the White House. He served as the Transportation Department's general counsel from 2003 through 2006 and OMB's general counsel from 2006 to 2009. Afterward, he returned to private practice.
Deputy Secretary of Transportation Jeffrey Rosen, Secretary of Transportation Elaine Chao, President Donald Trump, Acting Deputy Administrator of the Federal Highway Administration Walter Waidelich, and National Economic Council Director Gary Cohn, before a roundtable discussion at the U.S. Department of Transportation, June 9, 2017.
"I have a somewhat simple view, that if Congress has written the law then the [government] agencies should implement the law", Rosen said. They have three adult children.
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It was Trump's actions just moments after he declared a national emergency that Oliver was most astounded by. A vocal crowd in front of the Tarrant County courthouse on Monday afternoon decried President Donald J.
As he makes the media rounds promoting a new tell-all book, McCabe has said Rosenstein, during the early months of the Trump presidency, floated the 25th Amendment option and at least twice suggested he could wear a wire during Oval Office meetings with Trump to collect evidence to support the removal option.
Sources close to the investigative process have told Fox News that the high-level shakeup at Justice - with Barr assembling his new team, and Rosenstein planning to leave by mid-March - is a sign that the stars are aligning for the probe's conclusion.
Special counsel Robert Mueller arrives at the U.S. Capitol for closed meeting with members of the Senate Judiciary Committee.
It's unclear what Rosenstein's departure means for the special counsel investigation, which he has overseen since he appointed Robert Mueller. The Justice Department has said McCabe's characterization of his conversations with Rosenstein are inaccurate. Rosenstein denied the allegation.