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Stephen Colbert proudly nominates the next U.S. attorney general: Stephen Colbert
September 26, 2014 5:29PM (UTC)
Stephen Colbert discussed Attorney General Eric Holder's resignation last night, which he interpreted as only Colbert could: The White House is collapsing.
Holder previously stated that this would be his last year at the post, but he'll stay on until 2015, or when the president nominates a new attorney general.
Colbert is not sad to see him go, but he does have some parting words, and helps name a successor. Watch below:
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