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Two Justice Department prosecutors assigned to the ongoing special counsel investigation into the Trump campaign are leaving the office to return to previous postings.
Peter Carr, a spokesman for the special counsel’s office, confirmed in an email that Kyle Freeny and Brandon Van Grack, who were both detailed to Robert Mueller’s investigative team over the past year, are leaving the probe and returning to the agency’s criminal and national security divisions, respectively.
The article goes on to state the following:
Van Grack left the probe recently, while Freeny will remain on until mid-October. Carr noted, however, that Van Grack will continue to contribute to the investigation “on specific pending matters that were assigned to him during his detail.”
Carr added to CNN that the agents’ return to previous postings were not a result of disciplinary measures, suggesting that the investigation into President Trump‘s campaign and former associates could be wrapping up.
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