Trump Decides On First Eight U.S. Attorney Jobs

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Three months after President Trump abruptly fired about half of the nation's U.S. Attorneys, the White House has settled on nominees for eight of the 93 chief federal prosecutor slots, reports Politico. Under a Senate procedure known as the "blue slip," home-state senators usually have an effective veto over U.S. Attorney nominees and judges. The partisan divide . . .

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