Flashback: In 2007, Obama Asked Alberto Gonzalez To Resign for Being an 'Enabler' of Bush Administration

After the controversy surrounding the firing of U.S. Attorneys, then-senator Obama demanded the AG's resignation

White House Won’t Say if Attorney General Should Resign for ‘Lack of Oversight,’ as Obama Advocated in 2007 (Daily Caller)

Spokespeople for President Barack Obama have refused to answer a series of questions from The Daily Caller about whether the president thinks criticisms he made about former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales also apply to Attorney General Eric Holder.

In 2007 Obama called for Gonzales’ resignation during an appearance on CNN’s Larry King Live and said he believed it’s the Attorney General’s responsibility to constrain the power of the president.

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