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'What enemies have I indicted?': Barr pushes back

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'What enemies have I indicted?': Barr pushes back

'What enemies have I indicted?': Barr pushes back

U.S. Attorney General William Barr on Tuesday defended himself in front of a Democratic-led House of Representative committee, denying accusations that he abused his power to help President Donald Trump's associates.

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