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Barr Defends Trump’s Attacks on Mueller Probe: If Falsely Accused, I Would Call It a ‘Witch Hunt’

Mediaite Friday, 17 May 2019
Attorney General *Bill Barr* said during his confirmation hearings that he doesn't personally believe Robert Mueller "would be involved in a witch hunt." He has since said it's understandable why President *Donald Trump* would express that frustration.
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