"The Attorney General seemed almost to be acting as the counselor for the defense, the counselor for the president, rather than the Attorney General, talking about his motives, his emotions," he said.
Barr told reporters that in his legal opinion, President Donald Trump's actions may have risen to the level of obstruction of justice, but because of "relentless speculation" by the news media, the President grew "angry and frustrated," and therefore his attempts to obstruct were not criminal.
— America's Newsroom (@AmericaNewsroom) April 18, 2019
See a mistake? Email corrections to: [email protected]