Obama Plans to Name Attorney General Pick Before Thanksgiving, Adviser Says
President Barack Obama plans to name a nominee before Thanksgiving to replace outgoing Attorney General Eric Holder and may seek confirmation during the lame-duck session of Congress if Republicans are willing, White House senior adviser Dan Pfeiffer said in an interview with Bloomberg Politics on Friday.
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