Giuliani supporting AG nominee Loretta Lynch

AG Nominee Loretta Lynch  (White House Photo by Pete Souza)
AG Nominee Loretta Lynch
(White House Photo by Pete Souza)

WASHINGTON (NNPA) —In recent weeks, Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City, claimed that President Barack Obama didn’t love America, blamed the president for creating the atmosphere that led to the shootings of two police officers being shot in Ferguson, Mo., and said that he should speak more like the beleaguered Bill Cosby on issues of race.
There is one issue, however, that he is in total agreement with President Obama—Loretta Lynch’s qualification to become the next attorney general.
“Loretta Lynch is more than qualified. She’s over-qualified to be the attorney general,” said Giuliani. “She is as well-qualified as some of the best attorney generals that we’ve had.”
During a call with reporters last Friday, Giuliani admitted that he didn’t often agree with President Obama, but whether the president is a Republican or a Democrat he is entitled to his choice.
The former mayor and presidential candidate said that the confirmation process has become distorted over time.


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