“What you’re seeing out of New York is both unusual and deeply troubling,” Chuck Rosenberg says of President Trump firing Manhattan US Attorney Geoffrey Berman.
Chuck Rosenberg, a former U.S. attorney, senior FBI official and acting head of the DEA, pens a list of people who thought Flynn’s lies were material
Chuck Rosenberg, former US attorney and senior FBI official: “This is a revolting assault on the fragile rule of law”
“The rule of law is a construct. It was made by people—and is nurtured and preserved by people. It can also be destroyed by people...we either safeguard it or we surrender it.”—Chuck Rosenberg, former U.S. attorney, senior FBI official & acting head of DEA
Chuck Rosenberg on Pres. Trump's latest meeting with Rudy Giuliani, who's now under federal investigation. "I understand the president’s last attorney isn’t available - he’s in jail - but it doesn’t seem like a particularly good idea."
MSNBC legal analyst Chuck Rosenberg on Pres. Trump's latest meeting with Rudy Giuliani, who's now under federal investigation. "I understand the president’s last attorney isn’t available - he’s in jail - but it doesn’t seem like a particularly good idea."
BREAKING: Can a sitting president be indicted? Barr says he sees “no reason to change” rules allowing it. Former US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg: “There is no law on this… I’m not surprised by Bill Barr’s answer, I’m a little disappointed.” #MTPDaily
“The president’s tweets have never been a reliable source for information...so that’s just not where I look for the truth,” former FBI official and US attorney Chuck Rosenberg on MSNBC.
"I worked for Bob Mueller. The notion that this would come from Bob or his team strikes me as almost literally impossible ... They just don't leak. They don't talk. If they have to talk, they do it in a court room." – Fmr. US Attorney Chuck Rosenberg
"Clear to me from this document, that the president is a subject." Former U.S. Attorney Chuck Rosenberg responds to the questions the reports Robert Mueller would want Donald Trump to answer in an interview