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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."
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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