Obama US Attorney Said “Fire Him, He Wasn’t Going To Resign”; He Got Fired!

Preet Bharara, it didn’t have to go down like this or even be this public, but you wanted to be the story, now you are.

Preet Bharara was fired on Saturday after hey defied Attorney General Jeff Sessions order that all Barack Obama appointed New York U.S. Attorney in 2009. As there are too many holdovers of the Obama administration still in place, President Trump has to get his people in place sooner rather than later.

This is called snowflake drama. He needs to have the masses feel his loss to make himself feel better. Be sure you will see him on TV news programs in the next couple of days.


Source: Associated Press

An outspoken Manhattan federal prosecutor known for crusading against public corruption says he was fired after refusing to resign.

Preet Bharara (buh-RAH’-ruh) announced in a tweet Saturday afternoon that he was fired.

He said: “I did not resign. Moments ago I was fired.” He went on to say in the tweet that being the US Attorney in the Southern District of New York will “forever be the greatest honor of my professional life.”

The 48-year-old Bharara was asked by then-President-elect President Donald Trump to remain as U.S. attorney in Manhattan during a November meeting at Trump Tower.

Bharara was appointed by former President Barack Obama in 2009. In frequent public appearances, Bharara has decried public corruption after successfully prosecuting over a dozen state lawmakers, Democrats and Republicans alike.

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