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Former Attorney General Eric Holder told reporters on Wednesday that he hasn't ruled out a run for political office.

During a Christian Science Monitor Newsmaker breakfast, Holder said he would make a decision by the end of the year on whether there may be "another chapter" in his government service.

"For president?" a reporter asked, to which Holder replied, "We'll see."

“He doesn’t need to wait until the end of the year. Here’s the answer: No," conservative commentator Dana Loesch said on "Fox & Friends" on Thursday. "Eric Holder doesn’t need to consider a run for any elected office -- any appointed or elected office -- or much less president of the United States."

She said that Holder politicized the Department of Justice, arguing that he launched "politically motivated" investigations and conducted "witch hunts" in numerous police departments.

"We’re still dealing with the repercussions of this," Loesch said. "Nobody wants to see that in elected office, nobody wants to see that in the White House."

She noted, however, that Holder running for elected office would be "historic," as he was the first attorney general to be held in contempt of Congress.

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