She attracted global attention early in her tenure for the corruption prosecution of high-level officials at FIFA, international soccer's governing body. That criminal case jolted the world's most popular sport and burst into view with early morning arrests at a hotel in Europe. "When you have an organization that has so much power, so many resources yes, they have to run a sport, but they also have a responsibility to that sport. And to have them just abdicate that responsibility for personal gain to me was, and is, particularly galling," Lynch said. Her tenure is also shadowed by the Hillary Clinton email investigation. She has expressed regret that an unscheduled meeting in Phoenix with Bill Clinton caused the public to doubt the independence of the investigation. She announced after the encounter that she would accept the recommendations of the FBI. On Thursday, the Justice Department's inspector general announced an investigation into whether the FBI and Justice Department had violated policies in their handling of the case. Lynch declined to discuss internal talks between the FBI and Justice Department just before FBI Director James Comey's much-criticized decision to send a letter to Congress days ahead of the Nov.
Take a tour of the institutions that educated her and you immediately find the powerful influence of religion. DeVos attended Holland Christian Schools, and she belongs to the Christian Reformed Church, a Calvinist denomination. The nominee for education secretary graduated from Calvin College, a liberal arts institution in Grand Rapids that "prepares students to be Christ's agents in renewal in the world." Not far away is The Potter's House private school, one of her favorite education charities. A "Christ-centered school, birthed in prayer and rooted in Scripture," it offers generous scholarships to poor students. "She's always thinking about what is the best way to educate kids in the 21st century, and are we locked into models that have perhaps become somewhat outdated?" said John Booy, Potter's House superintendent. DeVos herself represents the confluence of two Michigan fortunes. Through her father, she was heir to the Prince family's auto-parts empire. The father of her husband, Dick DeVos Jr., founded Amway, whose parent company is closely held Alticor Inc. Through her network of nonprofits and political-action committees such as American Federation for Children and the Great Lakes Education Project, DeVos is pushing to direct public money into private religious schools like Potter's House. Since 1989, DeVos and her relatives have given at least $20.2 million to Republican candidates, party committees, political-action committees and super PACs, according to OpenSecrets.org, which tracks money in politics. DeVos, a former chair of the Michigan Republican Party, declined an interview request.
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