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'His abuses have escalated': Barr's kinship with Trump fuels election fears

WorldNews Friday, 25 September 2020
'His abuses have escalated': Barr's kinship with Trump fuels election fearsThe attorney general has been spouting attacks on election, and, critics say, has a deep sense of mission about re-electing the president Donald Trump’s astonishing suggestion at a campaign rally last weekend that the US president will deploy government lawyers to try to hit the brakes on the...
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