I know of ONE and he was appointed by, wait for it......BO. He deliberately appointed very liberal judges, especially in NY, Chicago, and DC districts who would decide in his agendas favor. (Both sides do this, btw). I've seen a number of judges actually interviewed on talk shows, even on liberal media channels, who have agreed that SHE BROKE THE OATH SHE TOOK TO DEFEND THE CONSTITUTION. That she decided NOT to for (her reasons) 'moral reasons', 'I don't think it's lawful', and 'I don't believe it's constitutional'. Now, I don't quite get how she has been an attorney for over 30 years and NOT KNOW, especially as a DOJ attorney, what that actual Constitution says. What I DO believe is that she saw an opportunity to get her 15 seconds of fame by now being able to go on talk shows for a short while and bash Trump. She KNEW she was going to be replaced as soon as Sessions became AG and 'needed' to go out in a blaze of radical left wing glory and took that opportunity. She'll be a 'hero' to that faction for about a week while liberal news milks her story and then be tossed to the curb until one day you'll see her show up as a possible VP pick for some OTHER whack-job like Elizabeth Warren when she runs for president.
IF she really believed she was doing this out of some phony 'moral' outrage, she WOULD have quit....but that wouldn't put her name in lightbulbs as much as she could get by being FIRED by Trump.
The only "Monday Night Massacre" (according to CNN) that happened was when former AG under GWB Terwiliger was interviewed by phone last night by Lemon on CNN and that AG ripped Yates a new one and praised Trump for quick action. Lemon didn't get the response he wanted so he couldn't get out of that interview fast enough.
I thought she QUIT!!!!
Trump fires attorney general who told Justice Department not to defend travel ban
The White House press office said in a statement Monday that Yates "has betrayed the Department of Justice by refusing to enforce a legal order designed to protect the citizens of the United States."
A "legal order" that a couple Judges have already reversed/rejected.