President Donald Trump's new attorney general, Matthew Whitaker has said that "there was a strong case" to have two time loser, Crooked Hillary Clinton face prosecution. When then-FBI Director James Comey refused to recommend criminal charges against Clinton over her use of private email use, Whitaker wrote an op-ed in USA Today. He wrote, "I disagree."
Whitaker continued, "I believe myself to have been a reasonable prosecutor, and when the facts and evidence show a criminal violation has been committed, the individuals involved should not dictate whether the case is prosecuted. The most disturbing aspect of Hillary Clinton's continued blame game is that she still doesn't think there was anything wrong with recklessly handling highly sensitive and classified information. The fact that she is now asking (the American people) to forget her egregious actions is downright shameful." Trump said Whitaker will officially be the attorney general once nominated.
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