Barr said Monday that the Department of Justice is unlikely to charge either former President Obama or Vice President Joe Biden in the "Obamagate" spying program on the Trump campaign.pjmedia.com
Attorney General William Barr, in an exclusive interview with CBS News' Catherine Herridge, explains the decision to move to dismiss charges against former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn.@cbseveningnews
Ex-Trump adviser Flynn pleaded guilty to lying to FBIJudge appointed to argue against DoJ’s motion to dismissFifteen Republican state attorneys general have filed a legal brief telling a federal judge they support the justice department’s attempt to drop its case against former national security adviser Michael Flynn. The move comes after almost 2,000 former justice department figures condemned the move to drop the case. Continue readingthe Guardian
President Donald Trump said on Monday that he was a “little surprised” by Attorney General Bill Barr’s decision not to criminally prosecute former President Barack Obama or former Vice President Joe Biden. Trump was asked about the attorney general’s remarks at a roundtable with restaurant owners. The president took the opportunity to insist that the [www.rawstory.com
U.S. President Donald Trump said on Monday he was surprised that Attorney General William Barr opted not to look at former President Barack Obama in a Justice Department review of the FBI's handling of 2016 Russia probe.U.S.
When asked about U.S. Attorney John Durham's review of the Russia probe, Barr told reporters that he would not let the Justice Department be used as a weapon to "drum up" illegitimate investigations.CNBC
Nearly 2,000 former Department of Justice Officials are calling for Attorney General Bill Barr to resign, citing his "repeated assaults on the rule of law in doing Trump's personal bidding." MSNBC Chief Legal Correspondent Ari Melber reports on "unprecedented move” to drop Michael Flynn's case even after a guilty plea. Former Federal Prosecutor Renato Mariotti joins Ari Melber to discuss why he and other DOJ alum have signed the letter for Barr’s resignation.MSNBC.com