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Holder discusses the "tipping point" that could compel him to step down

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Holder discusses the "tipping point" that could compel him to step down

by CBSTV Videos 4:39 mins

Asked what his "tipping point" will be in deciding when he should leave the Department of Justice, embattled Attorney General Eric Holder said, "The tipping point might be fatigue," and "beyond that...when I get to a point where I think that I've accomplished all the goals that I set, I will sit down with the president and we'll talk about a transition to a new attorney general."

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