Former U.S. Attorney Carole Rendon says it was a thrill to work for justice everyday

Attorney General Jeff Sessions last Friday 'unceremoniously' told the remaining 46 President-Obama appointed U.S. Attorneys to resign that day. 

Among them was Carole Rendon who for the past year has headed the northern district of Ohio, but who has worked in the U.S. Attorney's office since 2009. 

And yes, it is common for U.S. Attorneys to be replaced by new administrations, so the departure didn't exactly come as a surprise. 

But a gracious Carole Rendon joins me know to talk about her tenure. 

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