At an event this week, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein defended the Mueller report fact-checking the politicians, pundits, and Obama administration hacks, arguing “It’s not our job to render conclusive factual findings. We just decide whether it is appropriate to file criminal charges.” His return fire comes amid Democrats assailing the DOJ for failing to indict President Trump. AG Barr is expected to testify in the coming days on the Mueller report in what we expect to be another chapter in the Democrats’ fishing expedition ahead of 2020.
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During an event in New York City, Thursday evening, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein shared his feelings about the special counsel’s Russia investigation, while throwing shade on critics, politicians, the media and the Obama administration.
Speaking at a dinner where he was honored by the Armenian Bar Association, Rosenstein defended his handling of the probe, recalling how he had promised to “do it right” during his Senate confirmation hearing and to “take it to the appropriate conclusion.”
“It’s not our job to render conclusive factual findings. We just decide whether it is appropriate to file criminal charges,” Rosenstein noted.