DOJ Lacks Key Senate-Confirmed Leaders 1 Year Into Trump's Presidency | WVIA

DOJ Lacks Key Senate-Confirmed Leaders 1 Year Into Trump's Presidency

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Nearly one year into the Trump administration, the Justice Department is operating without Senate-confirmed leaders in six of its most important units, including the criminal division and the national security division.

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