Louisiana Gov. Bobby Jindal rejoiced Friday in the impending resignation of Attorney General Eric Holder, asking a conservative audience, “Isn’t it great that he’s about to be out of a job?”
Jindal was closing out Friday’s session of the Values Voter Summit in Washington. The potential 2016 presidential candidate has been one of many GOP critics of Holder, who sued Louisiana last year over a school voucher program that the Justice Department alleged disrupted the “racial balance” in public schools, violating desegregation laws.
“My only request is that the next Attorney General actually read the Constitution before he takes the job,” Jindal said Friday.
Jindal tossed red meat at the audience throughout his speech, saying President Barack Obama “does not believe in American exceptionalism” when discussing Obama’s approach to combatting the militant group Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS).
“Our enemies don’t fear us,” Jindal said. “Our friends don’t trust us anymore.”