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Paxton Says He Won’t Resign After Accusations Of Criminal Activity

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Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton says he will not resign from his position following accusations of bribery and abuse of office by several top staffers.

In a statement, Paxton called the allegations “false,” and said the accusers are trying to impede an investigation.

The staffers reportedly claim Paxton appointed a special prosecutor to investigate “adversaries” of Nate Paul, a real estate developer and donor to the AG. U.S. Representative Chip Roy, Paxton’s former top assistant, has called for his resignation.

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