A top U.S. Justice Department official who oversaw the legal defense of Trump administration policies, along with the White House’s broad refusal to respond to congressional oversight requests, plans to step down in early July.

In an email Tuesday to staff, Assistant Attorney General Jody Hunt said his resignation would take effect July 3, capping a more than two-decade career at the Justice Department spent largely in the division that handles civil litigation.

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