in the top 5
Candice Jackson, the attorney who once brought women who'd accused former President Bill Clinton of sexual misconduct to a 2016 presidential debate and was later tapped to head the Education Department's civil rights division, dedicated multiple lines of her resume to Hillary Clinton when she applied for a job with the Trump administration. In fact, Politico reported, Clinton even gets a mention in Jackson's "top 5 qualifications for an administration position."
Nestled right under Jackson's experience running a private solo law practice, being a "nationally-featured speaker," and writing a book, is a bullet point noting her "creation of ads and videos attacking Hillary Clinton's lifelong corruption and hypocritical claim to defend women and children."
And there's more: Jackson also included a link on her two-page resume to "My Video Exposing Hillary Clinton's Malfeasance in Kathy Shelton Rape Case." The link, notably, is to controversial conservative commentator Dinesh D'Souza's Facebook page. Below that is a link to an article Jackson wrote for The Federalist claiming Clinton "learned how to manipulate the law by defending a child rapist."
Jackson, of course, got the job.