Rod Rosenstein, the deputy U.S. attorney general, was 2,600 miles from Washington on Friday, speaking in San Diego at the 32nd Annual National Institute on White Collar Crime.

His prepared remarks suggest he was delighted to escape the bluster of the Beltway. (Wind gusts of 50 mph were smacking this city on Friday.)

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