Rod Rosenstein

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BornRod Jay Rosenstein
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.
Alma materUniversity of Pennsylvania, Harvard University
SpouseLisa Barsoomian

Flag of the United States Attorney General.png United States Deputy Attorney General Wikipedia-icon.png

In office
April 26, 2017 - Present
Preceded byDana Boente

Rod Rosenstein became United States Deputy Attorney General in April 2017. He assisted Jeff Sessions in preparing a a three page memorandum which criticized FBI Director James Comey before he was invited to resign.[1]


In Autumn 2017, Rosenstein suggested that encryption should be controlled, claiming that "new technologies will pose new dangers if innovations develop so quickly that the laws cannot keep up with them."[2]

“Responsible encryption is achievable. Responsible encryption can involve effective, secure encryption that allows access only with judicial authorization. Such encryption already exists.”
Rod Rosenstein (October 10, 2017)  [3]

13 January 1965|


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