CLAIM: Fox News anchor interested in Sessions’s job


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Fox News host Judge Jeanine Pirro has told Trump administration staffers that she would be interested in taking over as attorney general from Jeff Sessions, Politico reported Thursday.

Pirro, who has been a vocal supporter of President Trump since his campaign, has repeatedly told Trump aides since the election that she would like to be the attorney general.

The article goes on to state the following:

The Fox News host has repeatedly used her show to target Sessions, and recently described him as “the most dangerous man in America.”

However, aides told Politico that Trump is not seriously considering Pirro for the job. He did reportedly offer to nominate her to a federal judgeship during an Oval Office meeting last November, although a former official said Trump was trying to flatter her more than make a sincere offer.

While Pirro initially pitched herself as attorney general during the transition, she also signaled interested in being named deputy attorney general, Politico reported.

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