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ABC News 14 Feb 2020

Barr says Trump tweets 'make it impossible for me to do my job' l ABC News

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Attorney General Bill Barr told ABC News that President Trump "has never asked me to do anything in a criminal case," but that he should stop tweeting about the Justice Department.


Joe Biden slammed President Trump at an event in Minnesota on Friday.
Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden tells CNN's Anderson Cooper he believes President Donald Trump and his allies are "rooting for violence" because it exploits fear for their political gain.
Former first lady Michelle Obama has told the opening day of the Democratic National Convention that Donald Trump is the "wrong president" for the country.

Dozens of people from across the party spoke at the conference's first night, which was hosted by actress Eva Longoria, as it kicked off the formal US election run for Joe Biden and running mate Kamala Harris.

The convention is, in part, being held in Milwaukee, Wisconsin - but it has been almost completely scaled back as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
Watch Attorney General Bill Barr's complete opening statements before the House Judiciary Committee.

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