In a quarter century at the U.S. Justice Department, Rod Rosenstein burnished a reputation as an apolitical prosecutor.

A Justice Department lifer, he counted Robert Jackson, the former attorney general and Supreme Court justice, as his personal hero and quoted him relentlessly—”5.2 times per hour on a typical workday,” said Beth Williams, head of the department’s Office of Legal Policy, on Thursday.

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