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Pam Bondi
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Attorney
    (November 17, 1965- )
    Born in Tampa, Florida
    Pamela Jo Bondi
    Attorney General of Florida (2011- )
    Graduated from the University of Florida (1987)
    Guest contributor/legal analyst on MSNBC and Fox News Channel
    Republican
    She is twice divorced.
    She was accused of fundraising violations by some ethics watchdog groups over her handling of the Trump University fraud complaints.
    Critics pointed to her backing off of a 2013 investigation of Trump's finances after receiving a $25,000 donation to her reelection campaign from the Trump Foundation as proof.
    The buzz around the donation eventually died down, but very likely cost her a position within the Trump Administration (she was shortlisted for the Attorney General before being passed over in favor of Jeff Sessions).
    She got into a heated back and forth with Anderson Cooper in the aftermath of the Orlando Pulse Nightclub shootings, after he accused her of not doing enough to address LGBT issues in her state (Jun. 2016).
    She injected herself into the news surrounding the prison release of O.J. Simpson by announcing her intention to block Simpson from returning to Florida to serve out the remainder of her parole, citing him as a 'danger' to Florida residents (the country collectively laughed her out of the room).
    She graduated from Stetson Law School with a Juris Doctorate in 1990.
    She is Florida's first female Attorney General.
    She made a name for herself prosecuting former MLB star Dwight Gooden for violating the terms of his probation and for substance abuse (2006).
    She claimed that the contentious CNN interview was selectively edited (shortly afterward the network uploaded the full interview in its entirety).
    She arranged for the state of Florida to pay for funerals for all victims of the Parkland school shootings.
    She was harassed by an impromptu mob of protestors while attending a screening of 'Won't You Be My Neighbor' - ironically a documentary about Mr. Rogers (Jun. 2018).

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