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Attorney General Barr defends comments he previously made

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Attorney General Barr defends comments he previously made

Attorney General Barr defends comments he previously made

Attorney General Barr claims coronavirus lockdowns are "the greatest intrusion on civil liberties since slavery".

Barr is also defending remarks he made about the leaders of the Black Lives Matter Movement.


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