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AG Barr Defends Use of the Word "Spying" to Describe Surveillance

Attorney General William Barr defends the use of the word "spying" in his April testimony before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee. "I… read more

Attorney General William Barr defends the use of the word "spying" in his April testimony before a Senate Appropriations subcommittee. "I don't think spying has any pejorative at all," Barr says during questioning from Senator Sheldon Whitehouse at a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on the Mueller report. close

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