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Attorney General Says Trump's Tweets About DOJ Make His Job 'Impossible'

NPR Thursday, 13 February 2020
William Barr told ABC News that he wished the president wouldn't offer commentary about cases the Justice Department is handling or judges before which its attorneys are arguing.
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Attorney General William Barr says the president's tweets about the Justice Department's cases "make it impossible for me to do my job," and he won't be "bullied" by anyone, whether that someone be Congress, editorial boards or the president. Barr made the comments to ABC News in an...

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