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Lawfags, you may be interested in this podcast about Acosta and his prosecution of Epstein. The two former prosecutors who run the podcast are outraged at the whole series of events.
The Pentagons No. 2 policy official will resign on Friday, adding to a list of vacancies in the buildings top leadership roles.
Deputy Undersecretary of Defense for Policy David Trachtenberg is retiring, with a replacement to be named at a later time, Pentagon spokesperson Lt. Col. Carla Gleason confirmed to The Hill.
Defense News first reported his departure.
Trachtenberg has been in role since October 2017 and was confirmed in a 70-17 Senate vote.
Before that, he was the president and CEO of Shortwaver, a national security consultancy, and also worked in the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill. He served as a principal deputy assistant secretary of Defense for international security policy and was a staff member with the House Armed Services Committee.