In the weeks following his inauguration, President Trump declared, “The United States is in a revolution.”
His administration has been waging a war against the American people.
It has been destroying their health care, their wages, their lives.
It is waging war against millions of Americans.
And it is winning.
So, to paraphrase Winston Churchill, we are in a revolutionary war.
In this context, it’s no surprise that a Justice Department, headed by a man who was once called the “most hated man in America,” has been formed to investigate President Trump and his administration.
And, of course, this new Justice Department is not going to have any independence from the White House.
So how does this new agency get started?
The Justice Department needs a Director and a Deputy Director.
That’s a big job.
But it’s also an important job.
This is a Department that has a mission.
The Department has a responsibility.
The Justice Bureau has a mandate.
The Office of the Inspector General has a duty.
The Attorney General has an obligation.
And all of these roles, in a sense, are the same thing.
The person in charge of the Justice Department’s mission, the person in the Justice Bureau, the President of the United States, has to be able to say, I’m going to work with you on the Justice Division, on the Bureau, and on the White Houses and the executive branch and the Cabinet and the Congress.
And the President has to have the confidence that he can tell the whole truth to the American public.
The President’s confidence in the Department is going to depend on two things.
First, the president has to trust the new Director of the Department.
The Director has to understand the Department’s mandate.
And second, he has to work within the Department, in the Attorney General’s office.
And those two are not mutually exclusive.
And neither are the Attorney Generals.
We have two men who have to be loyal to the President, who are working together, and who understand the importance of the job.
And they both have to work together.
The people who will be responsible for the new Attorney General will be two of the most important people in the country.
They will be the people who know the most about the department.
They are the people that have to know the facts, who understand what’s happening, and they have to have all of the confidence of the President.
We are going to need a person who has the confidence and who is willing to take the fight to the White Trump.
The new Attorney Gen. will have to come into the Justice Office and make decisions in an atmosphere where the President cannot be trusted.
And this new person, we’ll call him Deputy Attorney General, will have a job to do.
But he will have two main tasks.
First of all, he’ll have to get the Department out of the White house.
And he’ll also have to find the right people to fill the job and bring in a new administration.
This new person will need to be both experienced and capable.
He will have three basic responsibilities.
First is to find new people for the department to work on.
And secondly, he will find new talent for the DOJ.
And thirdly, he must be able and willing to fight to defend the integrity of the American system of justice.
Let’s begin by looking at the job description of Deputy Attorney Gen.-elect, Donald McGahn.
The American people want someone who will fight for them.
They want someone to protect their interests.
And that means somebody who will defend the Constitution and to hold the President accountable.
I’ve said many times that the American People want someone that is willing and able to stand up for them and to stand with them.
And I’ve been very clear about this.
And if the Department of Justice is to survive, we need somebody that is going do all of that.
That means we need someone who understands how the Constitution works.
We need somebody who is prepared to defend it.
And we need a Justice Attorney General who will do all those things.
The job description for Deputy Attorney general will be something like this: 1.
Have experience in criminal law.
Have expertise in civil rights law, immigration law, antitrust law, or the First Amendment.
Know how to protect the integrity and independence of the legal system.
Know the basics of the Constitution.
Know what it takes to get things done in Washington.
Know when to use the courts.
And lastly, have the ability to defend our Constitution and uphold the rule of law.
The president will have the freedom to appoint the deputy attorney general, and that person must know that, too.
But the deputy director will have responsibility for the Department and the attorney general for the Justice Attorney, who will serve as a chief law enforcement officer.
And these three people