BREAKING : Deputy AG Rosenstein Slams Comey, But There’s an UNSETTLING Twist

So Deputy AG Rod Rosenstein, who was appointed by Obama but has stayed through the transition is taking a shot at James Comey’s leaks to the media.
But there is a twist here.
How come no talk of consequences? How come no investigation into Comey?
And the BIGGER question, why did Rosenstein then appoint Comey’s best friend as Special Counsel, which was exactly what Comey was hoping to achieve by this leaking he’s now condemning.
Something isn’t adding up here.
Why is there one set of rules for James Comey and another for everyone else?
From FoxNews
Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, in an exclusive interview with Fox News’ Martha MacCallum, made clear he would not approve leaks like ex-FBI Director James Comey’s release of personal notes on discussions with President Trump.
Rosenstein discussed the Comey controversy and the overall Russia probe led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller during the extensive interview, set to air Wednesday evening on Fox News’ “The Story.”
And he had tough words when asked about Comey’s recent admission that he used a friend at Columbia University to get a memo he penned on a discussion with Trump leaked to The New York Times.
“As a general proposition, you have to understand the Department of Justice. We take confidentiality seriously, so when we have memoranda about our ongoing matters, we have an obligation to keep that confidential,” Rosenstein said.
Asked if he would prohibit releasing memos on a discussion with the president, he said, “As a general position, I think it is quite clear. It’s what we were taught, all of us as prosecutors and agents.”
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