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Barr to Tell Senate He Would Allow Mueller to Finish Russia Probe

Wall Street Journal Tuesday, 15 January 2019
Barr to Tell Senate He Would Allow Mueller to Finish Russia ProbeAttorney general nominee William Barr plans to testify Tuesday that it is “vitally important” Robert Mueller be allowed to complete the Russia investigation, amid heightened scrutiny of President Trump’s interactions with Moscow.
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William Bar will soon be confirmed as President Donald Trump’s attorney general. Barr said he will pledge in his hearing to protect Special COunsel Robert Mueller’s Russia probe. Barr said: “On my watch, Bob will be allowed to complete his work." According to Reuters, he also said he would...

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