Katyal: Barr’s Defense Of DOJ Crisis Is ‘Poppycock’ | The Last Word | MSNBC Katyal: Barr’s Defense Of DOJ Crisis Is ‘Poppycock’ | The Last Word | MSNBCI just think we need to remind our viewers. It’S been a few days. People had some Chet soap. This in there is nothing normal about what has been going on at the justice department in the last few days of Bill. Barr has made it seem like prosecutors around here. We always sort of shoe the fat and talk about sentencing in changing recommendations and things that we’ve asked for really true, and it’s really true, when the only ones bar seem to get involved in our things directly related to Trump.
That’S poppycock, really, to put it mildly. This is unprecedented. It is incredibly disturbing to me and everyone who worked at the justice department. I can tell you I leave that you know. I’Ve talked to him former high-ranking Republican Democrat people who served in the Justice Department. There’S not a single person who’s not enormously worried about.Former Acting U.S. Solicitor General Neal Katyal tells Ali Velshi that it is “disheartening” for the Justice Department that Attorney General Bill Barr is accused of using his power to help President Trump in criminal cases involving the president’s allies and foes. Aired on 02/14/20.
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Katyal: Barr’s Defense Of DOJ Crisis Is ‘Poppycock’ | The Last Word | MSNBC