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Adam Schiff on Reports of Rosenstein Departure: Looks Like ‘Slow-Moving Saturday Night Massacre’

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Adam Schiff on Reports of Rosenstein Departure: Looks Like ‘Slow-Moving Saturday Night Massacre’*Adam Schiff*, the ranking member on the House Intel Committee, went on MSNBC Monday morning in light of reports that Deputy Attorney General *Rod Rosenstein *would depart from his position at the Department of Justice.
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