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Chuck Rosenberg

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Person.png Chuck Rosenberg   History CommonsRdf-icon.png
BornCharles Philip Rosenberg
Alma materTufts University, Harvard University, University of Virginia

Employment.png Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration

In office
14 May 2015 - October 1, 2017
Preceded byMichele Leonhart
Colleague of FBI Director, James B. Comey

Official narrative

Who? As of 11 September 2015, Wikipedia had just 3 sentences on him.[1]


Rosenberg was a colleague of FBI Director, James B. Comey, before being appointed Acting Administrator of the Drug Enforcement Administration.

Opinions on recreational drugs


He declared heroin to be a “threat to national security.” He went on to claim that he suspects drug dealers of funding terrorist organizations and insinuated that the agency had evidence of this happening, but did not present any actual evidence.[2]


"If you want me to say that marijuana’s not dangerous, I’m not going to say that because I think it is,” Rosenberg said. “Do I think it’s as dangerous as heroin? Probably not. I’m not an expert."[2] He later clarified that "heroin is clearly more dangerous than marijuana".[3]

On September 5th, 2015, when asked about marijuana, he stated "If we come up with a medical use for it, that would be wonderful. But we haven’t."[3]


On September 26, 2017, it was announced that Rosenberg, dismayed by Donald Trump's administration, was stepping down.[4][5] His resignation became effective October 1, 2017.[6]

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  4. "DEA chief resigns after criticizing Trump remarks on police conduct". NBC News. Retrieved September 26, 2017.

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  5. Schmidt, Michael S. (September 26, 2017). "Dismayed by Trump, Head of Drug Enforcement Administration to Leave". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved September 30, 2017.

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  6. Barrett, Devlin; Zapotosky, Matt (September 26, 2017). "DEA administrator plans to step down". Retrieved September 30, 2017 – via

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