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Now the more changes at the Justice Department days after William Barr was sworn in as a new attorney general ABC news has learned deputy attorney general Robert Rosen Stein. Who had been overseeing the Russian investigation is expected to leave his post in mid march our Chief Justice correspondent Pierre Thomas has those details for its good morning here. Ireland are going as you said that’s right rose’s son is now telling colleagues. But he plans depart by mid march the source says an attorney general William Barr who like to nominate. To his place was assigned to be Jeff Rosen who currently serves as deputy secretary of the Transportation Department. Publicized departure comes as the former FBI director and McCain has made a number of allegations against him which Rosen Stein rejects. Including that he seriously thought about secretly recording the president as part of the Russian probe into interference. Sources tell us a rose a size departure has nothing to do with McKay Michael. I thank you Pierre.

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