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Senate may confirm Trump attorney general pick as soon as Wednesday

Reuters Wednesday, 13 February 2019
Senate may confirm Trump attorney general pick as soon as WednesdayPresident Donald Trump's attorney general nominee, William Barr, could win confirmation in the U.S. Senate as soon as Wednesday despite Democrats' concerns about how he might handle Special Counsel Robert Mueller's Russia investigation.
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According to Reuters, the US Senate has confirmed William Barr as the nation's attorney general. The Senate voted 54-to-45 to confirm Barr, with most senators voting along party lines. Now confirmed, Barr could be sworn in as the 85th US Attorney General by the end of the week. Bill Barr previously...

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