Eric Holder Claims There’s More “Integrity” At FBI Than At The White House

Eric Holder was possibly the worst Attorney General the United States ever had. He once called America a nation of cowards, was responsible for the fast and furious scandal and race baited more than once. For him to criticize President Trump in any way is ridiculous.

Yet that’s just what he did on Twitter this weekend.

Mediaite reported:

Ex-AG Eric Holder: ‘You’ll Find Integrity at FBI Headquarters and Not at 1600 Penn Ave’

In response to a Donald Trump tweet claiming the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s reputation is in “tatters,” Eric Holder — the former US attorney general under Barack Obama — hit back with a tweet of his own defending the law enforcement agency.

“After years of Comey, with the phony and dishonest Clinton investigation (and more), running the FBI, its reputation is in Tatters – worst in History! But fear not, we will bring it back to greatness,” tweeted Trump early Sunday morning.

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Several hours later, Holder decided that he wasn’t “letting this go.”

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“Nope. Not letting this go. The FBI’s reputation is not in “tatters”. It’s composed of the same dedicated men and women who have always worked there and who do a great, apolitical job. You’ll find integrity and honesty at FBI headquarters and not at 1600 Penn Ave right now,” said Holder in a slam against the current administration.

Whatever, Mr. Holder. Enjoy your retirement.


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