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Barr's testimony backfired -- 'now the public case' for Mueller's testimony is greater than ever: CNN host

CNN's John King said Thursday that if Attorney General Bill Barr's testimony to the Senate was an attempt to protect President Donald Trump, it had backfired badly, only strengthening the "public case" for Robert Mueller to testify before Congress.

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Nadler tears into Trump and Bill Barr after attorney general refuses to show up to House hearing

House Judiciary Chair Jerry Nadler (D-NY) tore into President Trump and Attorney General Bill Barr for his refusal to provide the committee with documents and testimony related to Mueller report, saying he was paving the way for a "dictatorship" -- and adding Barr would soon "face a reckoning" if he didn't cooperate.

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Kamala Harris slams Bill Barr's lack of integrity: 'This guy doesn’t take his job seriously'

California Democratic senator and presidential candidate Kamala Harris on Thursday blasted Attorney General Bill Barr, telling MSNBC he didn't take his job "seriously" and was hurting America by staying in the position.

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Nicolle Wallace mocks Barr's 'ridiculous' defenses for Trump: 'I wouldn't make those excuses for my 7-year old'

MSNBC's Nicolle Wallace on Wednesday mocked Attorney General Bill for making excuses for President Donald Trump that were more "ridiculous" than anything she'd make for her seven-year-old.

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'Slander!' Lindsey Graham lashes out at Mazie Hirono after she takes a wrecking ball to Bill Barr

South Carolina Republican and Senate Judiciary Chair Lindsey Graham clutched his pearls and accused Hawai'i Democratic Senator Mazie Hirono of "slandering" Attorney General Bill Barr, after she took a wrecking ball to the hapless attorney general's record of obstruction and lying.

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Amy Klobuchar prosecutes Bill Barr with dozens of pieces of evidence from the Mueller report

Minnesota Democratic senator and presidential candidate Amy Klobuchar essentially prosecuted Attorney General Bill Barr at Thursday's Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, using evidence from the Mueller report to score point after point at Barr's expense.

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If Trump really believed he was falsely accused ‘that is not a corrupt motive’ for removing the special counsel: Bill Barr

Attorney General William Barr told Senator Dianne Feinstein (D-CA) that if President Donald Trump really and truly thought he was being falsely accused of collaborating with Russia to steal the 2016 presidential election, that it was "not a corrupt motive" for firing Robert Mueller, a stunning statement from the nation's highest law enforcement officer.

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Democrats ‘stunned’ by revelations in Mueller letter — and they’re seriously considering impeachment: WaPo reporter

The Washington Post's Robert Costa told MSNBC Wednesday that Democrats were "stunned" by Robert Mueller's letter calling out Attorney General William Barr for mischaracterizing the findings of the Russia probe -- and said that "privately" they were considering all avenues of redress, including impeachment.

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'Insane': CNN reporter stunned after learning why Trump wanted $2 trillion for infrastructure

CNN's Mark Preston said on Tuesday that President Donald Trump, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi, and Senate Minority Leader arrived at an agreement of $2 trillion dollars for infrastructure because Trump "likes nice round numbers" -- and added that it was an "insane" way of setting policy.

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The View’s crowd goes wild as Newt Gingrich gets dismantled for excusing Trump’s infamous Charlottesville remarks

The View's Sunny Hostin on Monday repeatedly busted former House Speaker Newt Gingrich for excusing and defending President Donald Trump's response to the Charlottesville neo-Nazi riots, after the president's statements condemning anti-Semitism in the wake of the Chabad at Poway shooting this weekend.

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Trump can't put his name on a sewage plant -- so Flint is out of luck when it comes to infrastructure funding: CNBC analyst

Ritholtz Wealth Management CEO and CNBC commentator Josh Brown told MSNBC on Monday that when it comes to rebuilding the United States' infrastructure, President Donald Trump is looking for "glamorous" projects he can put his name on -- so the long-suffering residents of Flint, Michigan will probably be waiting a lot longer for a new sewage system.

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When Trump’s not on teleprompter 'he’s not concerned about white supremacy': CNN legal analyst

CNN legal analyst Jeffrey Toobin said Monday that President Donald Trump said the right things about this weekend's shooting at the Chabad of Poway synagogue, but it is his off-teleprompter moments that show who the president really is -- someone who is unconcerned about white supremacy and attacks on minorities.

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'Go to war with Congress at your peril': Oversight Democrat lists all the ways he can make life Hell for Trump

Virginia Democratic Congressman Gerry Connolly, who sits on the House Oversight Committee, practically dared President Donald Trump to continue stonewalling Congress, saying if the president wanted "war" he was more than happy to throw down the gauntlet.

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Pastors like Joel Osteen 'pervert' the Gospel and get people to vote for 'people Jesus wouldn’t vote for': W. Kamau Bell

During one of CNN's promo-as-news segments, United Shades of America host W. Kamau Bell on Friday told his CNN colleague Kate Bolduan that the new episode of the CNN documentary series will focus in part on megachurches, which he said "pervert" the Gospel to convince congregants to vote for someone Jesus would reject out of hand.

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'It's not the example of our power, it's the power of our example': Biden says Trump took America off track

Former vice president and newly-minted presidential candidate Joe Biden told The View that President Donald Trump had taken the US off track -- and if elected, America would again be "an example" for the rest of the world.

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