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BREAKING: Trump’s Pick For Attorney General, Leaked?!?! This Is HILLARY’S WORST NIGHTMARE

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With conservative businessman Donald J. Trump the official Republican nominee for President, we now get to see who he would fill his cabinet with.

Trump always hires the best, which is why he selected Dr. Ben Carson to run to run the committee that will help Trump select his Vice President, as well as other positions in a Trump White House.

During a recent interview, Dr. Carson made a huge announcement about who he believes will be Trump’s Attorney General: Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX). He is a tough attorney and would be an ideal candidate to prosecute Hillary Clinton for her crimes!

Ben Carson on Wednesday floated Ted Cruz as a possible attorney general in a Donald Trump administration, noting that it could allow Cruz to prosecute Hillary Clinton.

“I think he would be terrific on the Supreme Court, or I think he would be a terrific attorney general. Or he could be both,” Carson told Fox News Radio’s John Gibson.

Carson was asked whether it would be “smart” for Trump, now the presumptive GOP nominee, to nominate Cruz to the Supreme Court.

“He could be attorney general first, you know, go ahead and prosecute Hillary, and then go on the Supreme Court,” Carson added.

Carson admitted that there are “deep wounds” though and it may “take a little while for that to occur.”

Via The Hill

It’s clear that Dr. Carson’s opinion is respected by Trump, and this endorsement of Cruz will certainly make the appointment more likely to happen. In addition, it would be a terrific way for Trump to work with fellow conservatives who he previously went to battle with.

This would be a bold move, and Hillary Clinton’s worst nightmare. The FBI criminal investigation of Hillary expands by the day, and as we learn more it’s clear that her issues are going to last far beyond this campaign cycle.

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