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Barr : Harris said "lied to Congress" and "There is clearly more interest in representing the President than in the American people."
She made the remarks during a keynote speech at the Detroit NAACP Fight for Freedom Fund dinner, days after she made headlines for a tense exchange with Barr, in which she expressed concern about whether he had reviewed a special advocate Robert Mueller Robert (Bob) Swan MuellerSasse: The US should welcome Müller's election to investigate MORE before deciding not to impeach Trump for obstruction, direct justice, and whether Trump had ever urged him to investigate against certain persons to initiate.
On Friday, Harris, secretary general of the judicial authority, Michael Horowitz, wrote to request the same information.
In her speech, she also pushed back to the benefits of "eligibility" in relation to the states of the Midwest, without explicitly referring to her own candidacy.
"They usually put the Midwest in a simple box and narrative," Harris said. "The conversation too often points out that certain voters will only vote for certain candidates, whether their ideas drive all our families in. It's shortsighted, it's wrong, and voters deserve better."
Harris Also Explained to Primarily African Americans The public wants their administration to double the Justice Department's Civil Rights Department and take further action to blame social media platforms for disseminating disinformation, the AP said.