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Circle of life: Former attorney general appears in ad supporting Dem candidate under FBI investigation

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By Doug Powers  •  February 3, 2016 07:48 AM

**Written by Doug Powers

While many of his former staffers at the Justice Department may have to decide whether to indict Hillary (or, more likely, invent excuses not to), recently departed Attorney General Eric Holder is telling everybody how uniquely qualified she is for the highest office in the land:

The first official pro-Hillary Clinton ad in South Carolina is hitting airwaves this week, and it features former Attorney General Eric Holder making the case that Clinton is the best candidate to carry on President Barack Obama’s legacy.

“If you want to make sure Republicans don’t take us backward, help Hillary move us forward,” Holder says in the 30-second advertisement.
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In the ad, Holder specifically mentions Clinton’s push to strengthen gun laws and police accountability. Clinton has accused Sanders of being too weak in standing up to gun manufacturers.

And who better to hold law enforcement accountable than somebody who’s operated above the law for decades with the blessing of the former chief law enforcement officer in the country?

Supreme Court Justice audition tape, take one:

**Written by Doug Powers

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