Barr rejects key finding in report on Russia probe: report


Attorney General William BarrWilliam Pelham BarrThe Jeffrey Epstein blame game continues Justice review of Russia probe to find no spying by FBI: NY Times On The Money: Dems say Ukraine aid documents from OMB show ‘pattern of abuse’ | Blue states file appeal over GOP tax law deduction cap | Dems sue Barr, Ross over census documents MORE is rejecting a key finding in the Justice Department inspector general’s report on the Russia probe, The Washington Post reported Monday. 

People familiar with the matter told The Post that Barr said he does not agree with the report’s finding that the FBI had enough intelligence to initiate an investigation into the Trump campaign in July 2016. 

The long-awaited report from Justice Department Inspector General Michael Horowitz is expected to be made public in a week. But a draft is being discussed behind the scenes, and the attorney general reportedly is not persuaded…



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