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The Department of Justice's Office of Legal Compliance vetted the executive order, sent it back to us saying it was completely compliant. Then the Acting Attorney General goes out and says, I'm not going to enforce it. You tell me how that jives. Because at the end of the day if the acting Attorney General has an office under her jurisdiction that says that something is legal and compliant, and then she gets out there and says that I'm not gonna enforce it, that doesn't sound like an Attorney General that is upholding the duty that she swore to uphold.
So can I, that at the end of the say then she should step down. But the end of the day, the Attorney General either had a problem with her own division approving something, but it wasn't the President she had a problem with. The President followed the process. So then, for the Attorney General to turn around and say I'm not going to uphold this lawful executive order is clearly a dereliction of duty, and she should have been removed.
And she was.