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Schiff: Attorney General William Barr Is 'Weaponizing' Department of Justice

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Schiff: Attorney General William Barr Is 'Weaponizing' Department of Justice

Schiff: Attorney General William Barr Is 'Weaponizing' Department of Justice

House Intel Chairman Adam Schiff accused AG William Barr on Sunday of “weaponizing” the DOJ.

The agency’s probe into connections between the 2016 Trump campaign and Russia has morphed into a criminal investigation.

It means that Bill Barr, on the president’s behalf, is weaponizing the Justice Department to go after the president’s enemies.

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Adam Schiff (D-Ca.) Interview, ABC‘s “This Week with George Stephanopoulos.

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