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Media: the U.s. disputed vicejustitsminister will withdraw

the UNITED states vicejustitsminister, Rod Rosenstein, to withdraw from his post in mid-march. It says sources in the ministry of justice to CNN.

An official in the ministry of justice says to the tv station, that it can be published already this week, who should acquire the entry.

Rod Rosenstein was appointed to the post of president Donald Trump in January 2017. He came into focus, when then attorney general Jeff Sessions declared itself incompetent in the Russia study.

It was, therefore, Rod Rosenstein, who appointed former FBI chief Robert Mueller as special prosecutor with responsibility for the same study.

Rosenstein has recently come in vogue, after the secret talks between him and the former acting head of the FBI, Andrew McGabe, has been reported in a number of american media.

The two had allegedly talked about Donald Trump and his connections to Russia, and whether he may have been blackmailed by Moscow.

In the beginning of november last year wrote several media that Rosenstein had been fired, but The White House said he would remain in place until further notice.

Rod Rosenstein has repeatedly been in the president's crosshairs, and he has been a widely used objective in Trumps Twitter tirader.

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