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US Attorney General laments his job is 'impossible' due to incessant Trump tweets

France 24 Friday, 14 February 2020 ()
US Attorney General Bill Barr on Thursday delivered a highly unusual public rebuke of Donald Trump, saying the president's tweets were making his job at the Justice Department "impossible."
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