Next AG Faces Challenge Of Cleaning Up Wreckage Of DOJ After Trump | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC 1

Next AG Faces Challenge Of Cleaning Up Wreckage Of DOJ After Trump | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

 

Rachel Maddow talks about the worst case scenario fears of outgoing officials at the start of Donald Trump administration and how Trump has made those fears a reality with his abuses of the Department of Justice as a personal political tool. Aired on 02/17/2021.
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Next AG Faces Challenge Of Cleaning Up Wreckage Of DOJ After Trump | Rachel Maddow | MSNBC

35 comments

  1. But but… Trump thinks the United States department of Justice and the attorney general are there to serve as his PERSONAL ATTORNEY!

  2. I don’t know about you, but I’d like to see Trump in a orange jump suit… Orange would match his complexion really well…

    1. @Ric F
      If he wasn’t rich Melania wouldn’t be there, nor any other woman… He hasn’t aged well and money is very very attractive to some…

  3. Trump being president was like having a bull run a china shop. Hopefully Biden remembers where all the pieces go.

  4. Trump thought he’d be in Office another 4 yrs , and No Worries about his Crimes , Now He’s gathering Attorneys for his Law Suits and Crimes and Wondering what he left behind as Evidence . . . .

    1. Private citizen Trump, without the protections of his personal AG, the cover of office or his co-conspirators on Capitol Hill, is about to experience things in a whole new way!

    2. Evidence…. hmmmmmmm, what happened to that server where the phone call records to Ukraine went? Wonder if there are some records of his calls to Vlad stored there too?

  5. Trump’s presidency will be remembered as the longest and biggest crime spree in American history. A four year long crime spree that ended with him inciting an insurrection.

    1. Totally. It ended with his failed attempt at a coup to install himself as president-for-life, like some tinpot third world dictator (or a Putin).

  6. The Ukraine call was leaked. Imagine how many shady dealings weren’t. DoJ probably hasn’t suffered from the cold weather, their office fireplace has been real busy.

  7. Run for Office. Volunteer at Election Time. Register Voters. Study Journalism in College. Read the Constitution & its Bill of Rights. Vote in Every Election. Start having Conversations. Create a New & Better Direction for America.

  8. The thing that worries me most about the Executive Branch agencies (including Justice) is that they lost too many ethical Civil Service patriots and retained too many corrupt Civil Service opportunists. How much has their level of integrity shifted downward during the destructive Trump years?

    1. And now it feels like a hang over with all the craziness Trump is doing with his cronies and cultist, to try to commit even more crimes.

  9. The Orange Pumpkin tried to pawn himself off to the citizens of the United States as the Law and Order President, however he turned out to be an Unlawful, Disordered Professional Criminal.

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