Attorney General William Barr is speaking out on the impeachment inquiry and what he does not consider to be obstruction of justice. While speaking to the Wall Street Journal Tuesday, Barr said he doesn’t believe using the authority granted to the president is impeachable
Attorney General William Barr
Congressman Steve Scalise (R-La.) said some people should go to jail, following the release of the Department of Justice Inspector General’s report. The House minority whip expressed concern over the findings in an interview Tuesday. He said anyone who abuses their power, whether it be law enforcement or lawmakers, should be held accountable.
The Department of Justice Inspector General has released its report on FISA abuses by the Obama-era FBI and Justice Department in 2016. As details of the report trickle in, it’s now known that Inspector General Michael Horowitz outlined at least 17 significant errors in the FBI’s application to spy on the Trump campaign and adviser Carter Page.
According to Attorney General William Barr, far-left lawmakers are waging a partisan war against President Trump. While speaking at the Federalist Society in D.C. on Monday, Barr said Democrat Party officials are working to undermine the rule of law and the executive branch.