Kwame Raoul Has Worst Announcement Rollout EVER

WASHINGTON, D.C. – The Republican Attorneys General Association (RAGA) released the following statement on the news that Illinois Democrat State Senator Kwame Raoul, who has had a disastrous few days since Democrat Attorney General Lisa Madigan decided not to run for re-election, is now entering the race.

“Illinoisans need not look further than the past few days to know that Kwame Raoul lacks the temperament and disposition needed to serve as the state’s top law enforcement officer,” said RAGA Executive Director Scott Will. “Raoul needed to announce his candidacy today to divert all the negative attention he has received for inappropriate comments and actions he has made since Attorney General Madigan decided to retire last Friday. First, Raoul made an inapt remark aimed at Republican attorney general candidate, Erika Harold, which he later apologized for after others alleged him of being sexist. And just earlier this week, he lost his temper when asked about sanctuary states (which he supports, unwilling to use state resources to carry out immigration policy) on a radio morning talk show, threatening physical harm to an interviewer. These actions are shameful and unbefitting of someone looking to serve as the state’s attorney general.”

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