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Today on Face Sunday This Union Meet, former Homeland Security Sec. Jeh Johnson warned against going after reporters over leaks, even as he noted that “I’ve never seen [leaks] this bad” but Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein insisted the DOJ are “after the leakers, not the journalists,” and said the department will target people who are committing crimes. Rosenstein also downplayed Robert Mueller impaneling a grand jury, saying “It’s just a tool” and “it doesn’t say anything about the likelihood of indictments,” while Sen. Thom Tillis (R-NC) defended his bill to protect Mueller’s investigation, saying “It’s an important part of what we need to do to re-establish the public trust in the Department of Justice.” Over the next 18 months, which investigation will yield more indictments: the leakers, or the God-King’s family and aides?
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