“The President-elect asked, presumably because he’s a New Yorker and is aware of the great work that our office has done over the past seven years, asked to meet with me to discuss whether or not I’d be prepared to stay on as the United States attorney to do the work as we have done it, independently, without fear or favour for the last seven years,” Bharara said.
“We had a good meeting,” he said in a brief interaction with reporters after his meeting with Trump yesterday.
“I said I would absolutely consider staying on. I agreed to stay on,” said Bharara, who is in his late 40s.
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