Did the White House ask Al Sharpton's advice on replacing Eric Holder?
It would be an honor to be called to advise the White House, and one in which would be personally a boost to his resume and provide traction for his career.
Immediately after Eric Holder announced he was stepping down, civil right activist Al Sharpton, a liberal host on MSNBC, said the administration was consulting with him about who should be the next top dog at the Justice Department.
'We are engaged in immediate conversations with the White House on deliberations over a successor whom we hope will continue in the general direction of Attorney General Holder,' Sharpton said Thursday
If the White House asked your opinion, would you say "we", or "I"?