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This official in Trump's Education Department lists attacking Hillary Clinton as one of her top skills

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.