Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein has always been a Janus-faced swamp thing, and as a good swamp thing, he's a realist with regard to recognizing power shifts. The Mueller report exonerating President Trump has come out, so, unlike the tantrum-throwing Democrats (and one stupid Republican), he's adjusted his political stance to new realities.
Now we see him openly turning on the former FBI director he fired, James Comey, making the latter look like a sanctimonious boob:
>> And back to our breaking news, a war of words between Rod Rosenstein and former FBI director James Comey. Mr. Rosenstein officially stepped down last week. He vowed to stay on until the Mueller report was released, and he did. Tonight he’s speaking out at an event in Baltimore talking about the investigation and former Director Comey.
>> So I do not blame the former director for being angry. I would be, too, if I were in his shoes. But now the former director seems to be acting as a partisan pundit, selling books and earning speaking fees while speculating about the strength of my character and the fate of my immortal soul. I kid you not. That is disappointing. Speculating about souls is not a job for police and prosecutors.