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GOP freshman uses ‘I’-word for Swallow: Impeachment
Scandal » Republican lawmaker urges a hearing on impeaching Swallow, calls waiting for probes “absurd.”

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Cox also questions whether Utah’s top cop has too low a standard to remain in office by arguing "technically" no crime has been committed.

"What the law says about impeachment would make for a good conversation," Murphy counters. "Did the attorney general violate any law in office? The answer is no. Has he violated any law before office? The answer is no."

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Swallow must be absolved if he is the victim of a political reporter and his "evil minions" conspiring with "criminal masterminds," Cox writes sarcastically.

"However, if this is the work of a narcissistic, habitual office-seeker, who cares nothing about the public trust and will do anything to remain in power, we have an obligation to remove that person from office. Let the conversation begin."


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