Rod Rosenstein

The Politics of 'Special Prosecutors'

Setting aside the astonishing idea that the Democratic Party would hold the nation’s top law enforcement agency hostage to its own political agenda, the idea that a “special prosecutor” is needed implies that a crime worthy of prosecution is known to have been committed.

Meet Rod Rosenstein, the deputy attorney who helped Trump sack James Comey

Philip Wegmann, Washington Examiner

Though a 27-year veteran of the Justice Department, Rosenstein remained in relative obscurity until a memorandum launched him into prominence late Tuesday night. In meticulous detail, he laid out the case for why Comey's handling of the Clinton email controversy disqualified the FBI director from keeping his job.