Bloomberg – Rudy Giuliani isn’t giving up on his push to confirm Loretta Lynch as U.S. attorney general. Days after he sent a letter to Senator Lindsey Graham in support of President Barack Obama’s nominee, the former New York mayor held a conference call Friday with reporters and defended Lynch as being "in the highest traditions of a U.S. attorney" and "not a political operative in any sense."
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