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Trump reaction to Barr's insubordination shows there's something else going on

Trump reaction to Barr's insubordination shows there's something else going on

15.2.2020

Trump reaction to Barr's insubordination shows there's something else going on

Before we rush to judgement just remember who the boss is, writes Andrew Buncombe

William Barr does not seem to be going anywhere - at least not yet ( AP ) P erhaps Michael Steele has it right. Perhaps the former chair of the Republican National Committee has hit it on the head. For those inclined to ask if Bill Barr has suddenly found some backbone, and is at risk of being fired after complaining about the president’s tweets making it “impossible” to do his job, bear in mind one thing: he works for a man who knows how to put on a show. The 69-year-old brought newsrooms to a gasping halt this week, when ABC News played a clip of him, saying he wished the president would not tweet about criminal cases, such as those of Trump’s longtime ally Roger Stone. Download the new Independent Premium app Sharing the full story, not just the headlines Read more: The Independent

Deeply bias report! Disagree with The Independent completely. First of all, it is not Barr's insubordination. It is a normal life at our daily work in USA & the world. This is life that challenge us--do our best to be fair & square! No one is at fault. Yeah, the Orange Emperor, aka ToddlerInChief was way too measured and well-behaved in his reaction (or rather lack thereof) to BootlickerBarr.

Trump keeping Barr as AG – for nowPresident has 'full faith and confidence' in his hand-picked AG, top White House spox says. But history shows that could change by morning This whole thing is fake. Barr’s not going anywhere

Trump tweets make my job 'impossible', says Barr US Attorney General William Barr said he would not be bullied by anyone, including the president. Boo hoo Democratic makes our lives horrible do something about them Indictments-0

Trump claims he 'so far' has not asked Barr to intervene in Stone caseDonald Trump says he has not asked his attorney-general to intervene in the sentencing of his disgraced friend Roger Stone 'so far' – but insisted he had the right to do so if he chose. He doesn't have to ask.He tweet-rants then his bobble-heads bend over backwards to give FatNixon what he wants without a single thought about legality or morality. He doesn’t have to. Barr is his lackey. TRUE! - He tweets publicly. I dont believe in an official capacity, he'd interfere. Unless he needed to. - TumpDerangementSyndrome has become a wonderful spectator sport! 🤣 - ...and a fantastic business tool for MSM to generate traffic.

Trump faces fresh corruption allegations, as senior Republican condemns ‘carefully staged’ Barr criticism – follow liveTrump faces fresh corruption allegations – follow live Mówisz Trump że pedofil ma pierwszeństwo. Bardzo proszę.. Nie miałeś czasu by zająć moimi próbkami.. 4 lata jebales e mnie. I niech tak zostanie. Comey wyruchał co dziwkę melon Trump.. bąka też mieli Fresh is always best. 😎

Barr attack on Trump ‘is a carefully staged’ ruse, former Republican leader saysEx-party chairman suggests row should not be taken at face value Well, I think we figured that one out for ourselves. Barr is the worst Bond villain ever. My thoughts exactly, to make him look like he has at least some independence. Yes he wouldn’t be nominated for an Oscar.

US briefing: William Barr, coronavirus and 'amoral' foreign policyThursday’s top story: attorney general to testify to Congress amid outrage over Roger Stone sentencing. Plus, the culture that sums up love in 2020 The president and all of his men are crooks! elton john's looking a bit glum, today.



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