(Worthy News) – The Department of Justice has signaled its openness to three of former President Donald Trump’s choices to be a special master in the ongoing case involving his handling of classified materials.
Of those who Trump nominated for the role, the DOJ considers senior Judge Raymond Dearie to be a viable choice. The DOJ also nominated federal judges Barbara Jones and Thomas Griffith though Trump has rejected those choices, according to CNN.
Dearie was appointed to the bench by former President Ronald Reagan and served as a federal judge in New York from the 1980s until his retirement in 2011, per the outlet. The DOJ expressed confidence in Dearie as a potential special master, alongside its own proposed candidates. [ Source: Just the News (Read More…) ]
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