Pam Bondi says New York AG should be DQ’d from investigating Donald Trump

Pam Bondi
"I think she needs to be looked at."

Former Attorney General Pam Bondi said that New York’s AG should be “disqualified” from looking into potentially false statements the President and the Trump Organization made about property tax values.

“She can’t get away with this,” Bondi told host Jeanine Pirro on Fox News Saturday evening.

Bondi, a staunch defender of President Donald Trump, went on the attack against NY AG Letitia James, expanding on themes she expressed in a tweet earlier this week.

“She’s doing all this currently while her city, while her state is in shambles,” Bondi said about James, “while her Governor is begging people to move back to New York.”

From there, Bondi attempted to delegitimize the inquiry.

“She’s out there still to this day trying to take down the Trump family,” she continued, noting that James was “running for election” in 2018 when promising to bring the President down.”

“She ran on a platform of trying to take down the President and his family. And she has done that nonstop.”

“It’s embarrassing from a former attorney general that a current attorney general would behave that way,” Bondi continued. “I think she needs to be looked at.”

“At minimum,” Bondi counseled, “she needs to be disqualified from any cases involving that family.”

“She made a comment saying ‘they’re going to know my name’, laughing about the family. It’s despicable, what she’s doing and what she’s trying to do. She can’t get away with this.”

James is currently being stymied in compelling the testimony of the President’s son, Eric Trump.

Earlier in the same segment, Bondi was somewhat more sanguine about investigations into the family of Democratic nominee Joe Biden.

Rehearsing claims that Hunter Biden was corrupt (a theme of her RNC speech) and that Joe Biden’s brothers profited in Iraq, Bondi asserted that “no one is above the law.”

“Follow the money,” she urged.

A.G. Gancarski

A.G. Gancarski has written for since 2014. He is based in Northeast Florida. He can be reached at [email protected] or on Twitter: @AGGancarski


  • Jimmy B

    August 29, 2020 at 10:54 pm

    Yes follow the money Scam Bondi. She wants everyone to forget she took $ 25,000 campaign contribution and shut down Trump University scam, which other states pursued and exposed it. Gets a job with Ballard because she’s close to Trump and has the gall to look in the camera and say follow the money!

    • Fed Up

      August 30, 2020 at 5:34 am

      Scam Bondi – love it!

  • Michael S

    August 29, 2020 at 11:15 pm

    Pam Bondi is a shill for Trump, and if anyone should “follow the money” it’s into her disingenuous “Oh, I didn’t know” pathetic attempt to mask her own grifting as Florida AG. She’s shameless, and should lawyer-up for herself, come January 21.

  • Nick Whitehead

    August 30, 2020 at 1:40 am

    What an embarrassment to Florida .  It is telling that the former AG and current criminal is so upset about the New York AG finally starting to investigate the massive criminal enterprise that is Donald Trump the Trump Organization and the Trump Presidency. She never learned that that is what AGs are supposed to do.
     Her boss during the time of her crimes as Florida AG, then Gov. Prick Scott stole more money from the sick, the poor and the elderly through his medicare/medicaid fraud schemes than everyone in Florida’s prisons combined, yet Bondi did not investigate him.  Pam Bondi is horrible subhuman scum.


    August 30, 2020 at 8:15 am

    “It’s embarrassing from a former attorney general that a current attorney general would behave that way,” Bondi continued. “I think she needs to be looked at.”

    Lol. This from the former FL AG, who took a bribe from Trump to not prosecute him for his crimes committed in FL. He defrauded thousands of people who fell for his carny barking about a fake “university.” Leave it to Florida to let a failed businessman hawk his fraudulent schemes to the detriment of Floridians.

    After all, we produced “Senator” Scott, the greatest Medicare scammer of all time.

  • Deb In ClayCo

    August 30, 2020 at 8:36 am

    Oh, Pam. Just admit that Trump’s been grabbing you by the pussy for years now.

    That’s the only logical explanation for her to so shamelessly and publicly attach her face to Trump’s ball sack.

    New York’s AG is doing exactly what a publicly elected AG should do. I know that’s a foreign concept for Bondi, whose career as Florida’s top attorney consisted of her fighting against gay marriage and covering for Trump.

    Pam, you’re a discredited, bleach blonde nimbus with an awful turkey neck. And you’re a liar too. No one cares about what you have to say.

  • Frankie M.

    August 30, 2020 at 9:56 am

    Maybe Pam can take over the investigation in exchange for looking the other way again for old times sake.

  • PeterH

    August 30, 2020 at 12:47 pm

    Two gals met in a Fox recording studio to chat about their impeached adorable Trump fraud and corruption.

    The Fox correspondent, Jeanine Pirro should have gone to jail with her grifter husband when Chris Christie charged him with tax fraud. Wasn’t Judge Jeanine signature on the joint tax return? It sure was!

    Twice divorced Pam Bondi is under investigation for double booking responsibilities while pretending she was Florida’s competent Attorney General she was hosting three days a week on Fox News. Some call it unethical double dipping.

  • Sonja Fitch

    August 31, 2020 at 6:54 am

    Brainwashed and braindead? Gotta be too still support goptrump cult leader Trump! Yo Bondi he will throw you to wolves and laugh at you stupid woman!

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