Jeffrey Rosen appointed as US's new deputy attorney general after Rosenstein left
The US has welcomed Jeffrey Rosen as the new deputy attorney general after Rod Rosenstein left the department last week. The US Senate on Thursday announced his name after Rod's exit. Rod oversaw Special Counsel Robert Mueller's probe into Russian collusion in the 2016 Presidential elections. Rosen won with 52 votes in his favour. Trump was criticized for appointing Rosen as he lacked experience.