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Trump AG Barr cannot read? His assistants cannot read, either? This raises the question of how he got through school? Even if he is a painfully slow reader he should be able to read and highlight/or mark through a 300 page report within 50 hours by himself. If he’s not willing to work more than a 40 hour week, there is a problem. If he cared about the country, one iota, he would have run through the report within five days, or less. Of course, his track-record of coverups, related to BCCI, Iran-Contra, and Iraqgate, shows that he doesn’t care one iota for the United States.

The US House Judiciary Chair, US Congressman Nadler, has told him to just hand over the Mueller report and related documents, and let the US House Judiciary Committee read.

Previous evidence of Barr blocking BCCI related indictment:

https://miningawareness.wordpress.com/2019/01/16/trump-ag-pick-barrs-troubling-record-recommended-iran-contra-pardons-blocked-bcci-indictment-refused-to-appoint-special-counsel-for-iraqgate-shared-memo-on-obstruction-with-trump-lawyers/

Current situation:
Chairman Nadler Responds to Latest Letter from Attorney General Barr
Mar 29, 2019
Washington, D.C. –Today, House Judiciary Committee Chairman Jerrold Nadler (D-NY) released the following statement in response to a letter he received from Attorney General William Barr:
“As I informed the Attorney General earlier this week, Congress requires the full and complete Mueller report, without redactions, as well as access to the underlying evidence, by April 2.  That deadline still stands.

As I also informed him, rather than expend valuable time and resources trying to keep certain portions of this report from Congress, he should work with us to request a court order to release any and all grand jury information to the House Judiciary Committee—as has occurred in every similar investigation in the past.  There is ample precedent for the Department of Justice sharing all of the information that the Attorney General proposes to redact to the appropriate congressional committees. Again, Congress must see the full report.

“I appreciate the Attorney General’s offer to testify before the Committee on May 2.  We will take that date under advisement.  However, we feel that it is critical for Attorney General Barr to come before Congress immediately to explain the rationale behind his letter, his rapid decision that the evidence developed was insufficient to establish an obstruction of justice offense, and his continued refusal to provide us with the full report.”

Issues:
Government Oversight
116th Congress https://judiciary.house.gov/news/press-releases/chairman-nadler-responds-latest-letter-attorney-general-barr