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Attorney General Ken Paxton today named Zina Bash senior counsel on the executive leadership team of his office. Previously, Bash served in the Trump administration as Special Assistant to the President for regulatory reform, legal and immigration policy.
“Zina is an outstanding and higly-respected attorney whose extensive legal and policy experience in both the public and private sectors will make her a valuable addition to my executive team,” Attorney General Paxton said. “I’m confident Zina will work every day to uphold the rule of law and improve the lives of Texans.”
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Just saw this too. That's big news! I guess Mossad figured Rahm did enough damage to Chicago and now it's time to exit stage left.
A big one to add to the resignation list.
Rahm's response to Chicago's weekly shooting sprees has basically just been an indifferent shrug. I can't imagine who could possibly think he's done a good job.
"As a mayor, a congressman, and my first White House chief of staff, Rahm Emanuel has been a tireless and brilliant public servant," Obama said in a statement.
"From the earliest days of my presidential campaign over a quarter-century ago, through my time in the White House; his service in Congress; as Chief of Staff to President Obama; and for eight vital years as Mayor, Rahm Emanuel has served with vision, purpose, principle, and impact," former President Clinton said in a statement.