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Trutanich's Campaign for DA Roundly Condemned
Rumors continue to indicate that many of City Attorney Carmen Trutanich's grass roots supporters are moving on to greener pastures following their shocked disbelief at Trutanich's willingness to abandon his signed sworn pledge and numerous campaign promises not to use his position as City Attorney as a political springboard to higher office.
One source informs us that Trutanich planned to run for District Attorney the moment he heard that Steve Cooley was running for AG, and that the well documented rumor that Trutanich and Cooley are not on speaking terms (except at public appearances where Trutanich traps Cooley for a photo op), started after Cooley politely but firmly reminded Trutanich of his pledge to voters as well as his lack of experience.
It is understood that Trutanich has been told that he has little chance at being re-elected as City Attorney in 2013 as his popularity was already wearing thin both within his office and amongst the many communities that originally supported him, either based on now failed promises, or the mere fact that he was marginally less detestable than his then opponent, Jack Weiss. However, rumors now suggest that the increasingly popular Los Angeles Councilmember Paul Krekorian will run for City Attorney in 2013, and that Trutanich will not stand a chance.
Trutanich, it seems, has nothing to loss but his reputation...