Attorney General Kathleen Kane sat down with 6abc’s Nydia Han yesterday and discussed her ongoing legal battle.
Kane once again asserted that she won’t resign.
“Why not step down and let someone unencumbered by those things take over and really focus on this job at hand?” Han asked.
“We do focus on the job at hand,” Kane responded. “We’ve had a record number of monies that are returned to the Commonwealth. Our child predator unit has an 800 percent increase in arrests of child predators in Pennsylvania. We’re in it to actually get the job done, we’re getting it done and the reason I don’t resign is because I’ve done nothing wrong.”
Han then tried a different tactic.
“I know that you’ve said that legally you did nothing wrong. Looking back, do you think perhaps ethically there was something-”
“No, no I don’t,” Kane interjected. “My friends and everyone who know me know that I don’t even jaywalk.”
Finally, the AG was asked if she could’ve handled her situation better.
“You’ve talked about the impact this has had on you personally and on your two teenage sons – if you could have a do-over, what, if anything, would you do differently?”
“That’s hard to say,” Kane stated. “There are certain things that of course you don’t know until you get there.”