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And Barr going the way of Jeff Sessions. Trump openly if obliquely threatening his job......
By:  Paul (Moderators; 70669)
Posted on: 10-15-2020 15:27.
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Go ahead, dillweed. This guy has the goods on you, I'm sure and if I'm him, I'm starting to look for a hole to squirm out of.

    Barr, according to CNN reporting, has been telling GOP lawmakers not to
    expect the Durham report prior to November 3.
    "If that's the case I'm very disappointed," Trump said Friday while co-hosting Rush Limbaugh's talk-radio show. "I think it's a terrible thing and I'll say it to his face." Added Trump of the Durham probe: "[They've had] plenty of time to do it. They've been looking at it for two years. The facts are on the table."

    As far back as August, Trump has made clear that his assessment of Barr's job future is almost entirely dependent on whether the AG can ensure charges are brought against senior Obama administration officials for their "spying" on his 2016 campaign. (Fact check: This didn't happen.)

    "Bill Barr can go down as the greatest attorney general in the history of our country, or he can go down as just an average guy," Trump said on Fox Business in mid-August. "It depends on what's going to happen."

Edited by Paul at 15.10.2020 15:27:21



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