Obama’s former administration still have their relevance within the community, it seems.
While James Comey, former FBI Director under Obama, has been a topic of controversy in the news lately, Obama’s former attorney general is taking the spotlight this week.
Former Attorney General Eric Holder just took a stab at Trump—but his accusations may have backfired.
Eric Holder claimed in an interview with MSNBC’s “All In” that President Trump makes his own rules as president.
He claimed Trump puts his followers above all others, and treats Americans unfairly.
Holder also alluded that the President, ironically, does not follow Constitutional law.
Compared to former president Barack Obama, Trump is an avid protector of Constitutional freedoms, and has been working to ensure a safe America for all citizens.
On Tuesday’s broadcast of MSNBC’s “All In,” former Attorney General Eric Holder stated President Trump doesn’t believe in the rule of law and takes a “situational” approach where he wants to treat his supporters better than everyone else.
Holder said the president “believes in situational law and order. And there is no way that I think you can resolve the tension that you have you just described [Trump’s comments on former White House staffer Rob Porter and the Cohen raid, compared with his stances on executing drug dealers and immigration]. He is not a believer in, at base, in the rule of law. He wants to make sure that those people who he likes, the people who support him are treated in one way, and those other people, whoever those other people are, are treated in a different way.”
Regardless of Holder’s accusations, President Trump has been working to ensure his administration follows the letter of the law.
When speaking about the Mike Cohen raid, Holder mentioned Trump is demanding justice for the violation of privacy, but used his approach to immigration control as a comparative force.
The way Mike Cohen has been treated in Robert Mueller’s witch hunt has been a direct violation of Constitutional law—something Trump wants to ensure will not be broken again.
On the contrary, immigration violence is a pandemic that is ravaging the country currently.
Though Trump’s methods of immigration control are more enforced than the previous administration, the job is getting done—and criminals are finally being held accountable.
Do you believe Eric Holder has any right to accuse Trump of mistreatment of American citizens?
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