Former acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker left his position at the Justice Department on Saturday, a department spokeswoman said.
Whitaker had been serving as a senior counselor at the Justice Department since Attorney General William Barr was sworn in last month.
His next career move is unknown, but Whitaker has told friends that he will remain in Washington because there are “many opportunities here,” according to sources who have spoken with him in recent days.
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