Meet the potential Trump Cabinet picks most likely to make liberals squirm

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As Lamothe reports: In 1986, he was nominated by President Ronald Reagan to serve as a federal-district court judge, but a bipartisan panel of Judiciary Committee senators declined to send his nomination to the Senate floor amid allegations that he had said the NAACP was "un-American" and "Communist-inspired" and that a white civil rights lawyer was a "disgrace to his race."

Giuliani has said directly that he thought Hillary Clinton looked ill on the campaign trail, pressed the idea that voter fraud could rob Trump of the election, and was among the earliest public advocates for attacking Bill Clinton's indiscretions in the White House.

And here's more from The Fix: Giuliani, once the beloved, moderate Republican mayor of New York City on 9/11, over the course of this campaign turned himself into a bare-knuckle political brawler, willing to say pretty much anything to help Trump get elected.

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