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The internet is outraged after Barr declares Trump asking attorney to lie is ‘not a crime’

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Attorney General William Barr insisted that it was “not a crime” to direct an aide to lie for him — and social media users were outraged.

Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-CA), the Senate Judiciary Committee’s ranking member, asked whether President Donald Trump had obstructed justice by asking White House counsel Don McGahn to change his account of efforts to remove special counsel Robert Mueller.

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“Well, that’s not a crime,” Barr said.

“So you can, in this situation, instruct someone to lie?” Feinstein asked.

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Legal experts walk through ‘the crazy’ of Ron Johnson’s fake ‘investigation’ of Joe Biden

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Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) has put aside the urgency of a global pandemic and urgency to help unemployed Americans and turned to focus instead on investigating a conspiracy he helped cook up over former Vice President Joe Biden and Ukraine. The so-called "investigation" came after President Donald Trump was impeached for trying to bribe Ukraine to come up with "dirt" on Biden.

Johnson and House colleague Rep. Devin Nunes (R-CA) were both caught receiving documents from a pro-Russia and Kremlin-linked Ukrainian official named Andrii Derkach.

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‘George Washington would have had a hard time beating me’: Trump brags his poll numbers are ‘going up like a rocket’

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President Donald Trump, currently losing in the polls to presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Joe Biden by an average of about 7 points, is claiming his polling numbers are so great he might have beat founding father George Washington.

"We’re doing very well," Trump told far right radio host Hugh Hewitt Tuesday morning. "I don’t know if you’ve seen, the polls have been going up like a rocket ship."

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Cops unleash dog on Black man even though he was kneeling with his hands up

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After someone overheard him arguing with his wife, the police were called to Jeffery Ryans' Salt Lake City home. As a Black man who grew up in Alabama, Ryans told the Salt Lake Tribune that he knew to obey police instructions -- but ultimately it wasn't enough.

“I wasn’t running,” Ryans said. “I wasn’t fighting. I was just cooperating. We’ve been through this. We’ve seen this. Always cooperate with the police, no matter what.”

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