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Rosenstein Remains Deputy Attorney General Following White House Meeting — For Now

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein expects to be fired and talk swirled about his fate with the Justice Department. Now he's scheduled to meet with President Trump on Thursday.

Updated at 1:32 p.m. ET

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein remained in his job on Monday afternoon after a visit to the White House that sparked a flurry of reports suggesting he might resign or be fired.

A person close to Rosenstein said he was expecting to be fired after the New York Times story on Friday about his early tenure in office.

Ultimately, he was not removed, but the White House did say after his meeting that Rosenstein would return on Thursday for another meeting then with President

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