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Commentary: Barr spoke too soon

On Wednesday, Democrats in Congress complained that Atty. Gen. William Barr would be holding a news conference about special counsel Robert Mueller's report before the document was actually released. Several chairs of House committees called the news conference "unnecessary and inappropriate"

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