The DOJ is very eager to keep the names of the three US attorneys who managed to save their jobs right around election day private
The redactions were related to the U.S. attorneys who were "considered for possible replacement but not asked to resign," Richard A. Hertling, acting assistant attorney general, wrote to Leahy last week.
I have thought for a while that the justice committee should demand information on the three .
I'd like to know how exactly they managed to keep their jobs. It wouldn't be that unlike Iglesias they used their offices to help Republican candidates ?