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‘I wish Trump wouldn’t admit what we’re doing’: Internet sums up Bill Barr’s latest interview

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After pledging under oath that he wouldn’t politicize the Office of the Attorney General, Bill Barr has done exactly that. As DOJ prosecutors are dropping like flies, Barr sat down with ABC News to tell President Donald Trump to keep quiet.

“I cannot do my job here at the Department with a constant background commentary that undercuts me,” Barr said.

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MSNBC’s Ari Melber summed up Barr’s comments by saying that the attorney general is really just telling Trump to sit down and shut up so he can handle it.

“I stand by intervening to help a convicted Trump adviser, but I wish Trump did not admit what we are doing on Twitter,” Melber paraphrased Barr.

There is a rumor around the DOJ that more prosecutors plan to leave the DOJ after Barr’s intervention in the sentencing of Roger Stone.

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