Wyoming Attorney General Bridget Hill did not sign a letter condemning President Donald Trump’s impeachment because she wants to remain impartial in her role as an appointed public servant, she said.
“In addition to actually remaining impartial, it is important that I maintain an appearance of impartiality so that the citizens of Wyoming know that my decisions are based on legal factors alone and not my personal political views,” Hill wrote.
“As an appointed, not elected, attorney general, it is important to me that I remain impartial in matters that may be viewed as political or having a political component,” Hill wrote in an email. “My position is not elected and is not based on a political campaign.”
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Suggested language: Thank you Attorney General Hill for refusing to sign the partisan AG letter condemning the Trump impeachment and trial. It took courage to do that. I agree that your position as Wyoming’s AG is not political and appreciate your desire to remain non-partisan.