Moments ago, Attorney General Eric Holder has told a law school audience in Baltimore, Maryland that he doesn't know if he'll stay on staff for President Obama's second term in office.

He said, “That’s something I’m in the process now of trying to determine […] I will have to think about can I contribute in a second term. I have to sit down and obviously talk to him, speak to members of my family,

in particular one who I’m married to. And then really ask myself the question about do I think that there are things that I still want to do, do I have some gas left in the tank. It’s been an interesting and tough 4 years. So, I just really don’t know.”

The attorney general notably received criticism for his role in the gun-walking operation known as 'Fast and Furious.' This is also typically the time when turnover in the cabinet takes place, as the president ends his first term and approaches his second.

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