President Trump told the New York Times that he doesn’t like Deputy Attorney General Rod J. Rosenstein — simply for the fact that he’s from Baltimore. In an interview published online Wednesday, the newspaper described how Trump was “irritated” to learn where the former federal prosecutor earned his chops before landing in Washington. “There are...
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