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Jeffrey Toobin: Why Did AG Barr Inject Himself Into Roger Stone Case Instead of Thousands of Other Sentencings?

Mediaite Friday, 14 February 2020
CNN Chief Legal Analyst Jeffrey Toobin offered some level of praise for Bill Barr on Friday morning, after the U.S. attorney general revealed his displeasure over President Donald Trump’s Tweets that appear to be intrusive into a legal process that should work beyond the world of politics.  But he followed with asking a pertinent question […]
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