Running the Justice Department presents a challenge in any administration. But the Trump era is different.
In just five months, Justice leaders have been under heavy pressure, on everything from the travel ban to the Russia investigation. And one man, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, is bearing the weight.
Here's something you need to know about Rosenstein: He's worked at the Justice Department for his entire career, nearly 27 years.
Last year, Rosenstein told NPR the advice he gives younger lawyers.