“We’re preparing a list. And the list is long,” she told NBC News.
“We’ll have a team of individuals, again, working on reversing all of the bad regulations and laws that have been put forth,” she continued. “We will work with the Biden administration to ask them to file stays in a number of cases that are pending in the courts all across this country.”
James is best known for pursuing multiple investigations into Trump and his foundation’s business interests since she took office last year.
The president has slammed her antics as “a GET TRUMP agenda” and called her a “bludgeoning tool” for Democrat New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
But James said the president’s criticism doesn’t bother her, because she doesn’t “pay attention to all the noise and all the critics.”
More recently, James filed a lawsuit to try and shut down the National Rifle Association, which was one of the objectives she campaigned on in her 2018 election bid.
The NRA returned the favor and sued James for carrying out a “baseless, premeditated” political hit job.
“You could have set your watch by it: the investigation was going to reach its crescendo as we move into the 2020 election cycle,” NRA President Carolyn Meadows said in a statement.
“It’s a transparent attempt to score political points and attack the leading voice in opposition to the leftist agenda,” she added. “This has been a power grab by a political opportunist—a desperate move that is part of a rank political vendetta. Our members won’t be intimidated or bullied in their defense of political and constitutional freedom.”
Regardless of what the polls may determine to be the will of voters, James suggested that she and other Democratic-led states would contest next week’s presidential election if Trump wins.
She said her office is reviewing “legal options to determine what, if any” state attorneys general could take if necessary.