Bill Barr brutally slammed by MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace as being no different than Fox News' Sean Hannity
MSNBC anchor Nicolle Wallace (screengrab)

Attorney General William Barr is "the most dangerous" person in President Donald Trump's administration, MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace explained Friday on "Deadline: White House."

"It would seem that Barr is dangerous, but he's not dumb, he said in a committee and in the interview with Fox News that he has no evidence but he thinks something bad happened. That seems like the most dangerous — at least Donald Trump just makes it up, no one thinks he has any evidence," Wallace explained.

"I think Barr is the most dangerous person that works for Donald Trump. He has Donald Trump’s world views, Sean Hannity's world view, but he oversees the Justice Department," she noted.

The Attorney General may also face legal exposure for his defense of Trump.

"If you think the president is committing obstruction of justice and you stay and help him, you too are legally exposed for committing — you’re part of a conspiracy to obstruct justice," Wallace added.