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The Biden regime has to be stopped!
The Justice Department will start to ask all Trump appointed attorneys to resign immediately.
It’s estimated that over 56 Senate approved attorneys will be asked to resign.
— State of the Union (@CNNSotu) February 9, 2021
As early as tomorrow, the Biden administration will “begin the transition process” to end the appointment of all presidentially appointed Senate confirmed U.S. Attorneys from the Trump administration, a senior DOJ official tells @JuliaEAinsley.
— Geoff Bennett (@GeoffRBennett) February 9, 2021
Yahoo News covered the story see what they had to add:
The Biden administration will begin removing all Senate-confirmed U.S. attorneys appointed during the Trump administration, with two exceptions, a senior Justice Department official said.
The process, which is not uncommon, could start as early as Tuesday. They will be asked to resign.
John Durham will remain in place to investigate the origins of the Russia probe, but not as U.S. attorney for the district of Connecticut, the official said. He was appointed as a special counsel and given extra protections for the inquiry by Attorney General William Barr last fall.
David Weiss, U.S. attorney for Delaware, will also remain in place. Hunter Biden, the president’s son, said in December that federal officials in Delaware were investigating his taxes.
The Biden administration could ask remaining Trump-appointed US attorneys to step down as soon as today – w/ some exceptions. The Delaware US Attorney investigating Hunter Biden has been asked to stay on. John Durham will also continue as special counsel. https://t.co/q3Txm4iNBL
— Matt Zapotosky (@mattzap) February 9, 2021
CNN added chipped in too:
The Justice Department, as soon as Tuesday, is expected to ask US attorneys appointed by former President Donald Trump to submit their resignations, a turnover expected to spare two top prosecutors in Delaware and Connecticut overseeing two sensitive Trump-era investigations, a senior Justice Department official said.
In a call Monday night, acting Attorney General Monty Wilkinson asked Delaware US Attorney David Weiss to remain in office, where he is overseeing the tax probe of Hunter Biden, President Joe Biden’s son. John Durham, appointed as special counsel by former Attorney General William Barr to reinvestigate the origins of the Trump-Russia probe, will also continue his work, but he is expected to resign as US attorney in Connecticut, the Justice official said.
The resignation request is expected to apply to 56 Senate-confirmed US attorneys appointed by Trump.
Justice officials have scheduled a call with US attorneys around the country to discuss a transition that is expected to take weeks. The Justice official didn’t say when the resignations would take effect.
At least Delaware’s Trump-appointed prosecutor is not being given the boot but who knows Biden might be keeping him there for a reason.