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Trump Chief Mark Meadows on Barr’s Slavery Comments: Covid Lockdowns are Bad But Not as Bad as Internment Camps

Mediaite Thursday, 17 September 2020
White House Chief of Staff Mark Meadows weighed in on Attorney General Barr's remarks comparing COVID lockdowns to slavery, at first expressing general agreement, then conceding he would not have assessed lockdowns as worse that the WW2-era internment camps for Japanese Americans.
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Attorney General Barr claims coronavirus lockdowns are "the greatest intrusion on civil liberties since slavery". Barr is also defending remarks he made about the leaders of the Black Lives Matter Movement.

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