Eric Holder for Attorney General?

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Barack Obama’s nominee for Attorney General got some tough grilling from Senate Republicans today. But he was introduced to the Judiciary Committee by Virginia’s newly-retired Republican Senator John Warner as a man whose “misjudgments will not be repeated.” Holder’s admission of mistakes came in the context of President Clinton’s pardon of Mark Rich, a financier who fled the country under charges of tax evasion—and whose wife had contributed hundreds of thousands of dollars to the Clinton Library and the Democratic Party.
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Evan Pérez - CNN - @evanperez, Donald Stern - Partner, Law Office of Cooley Godward Kronish, George Terwilliger - Senior Partner, Washington office of White & Case, Michael Ratner - President, Center for Constitutional Rights

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Warren Olney

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