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Ryan Goodman Jul 28
1. I’ve been waiting for this asks great question: “Under the penalty of perjury do you testify” that your statement on April 18 presser that White House “fully cooperated” with Mueller was true? Barr: Yes and I was talking only about “documents.” FALSE....
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Ryan Goodman Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw
2. Here's exactly what Barr said—and he knows it—in prepared remarks at April 18 press conference: In no way was Barr's statement of "fully cooperated" limited to documents. He referenced White House officials directed to "TESTIFY freely and asserting no privilege claims."
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Ryan Goodman
3. When Barr made the statement at a press conference it was false—but not illegal. When Barr affirmed the statement to Congress today under penalty of perjury it was false—and a crime. How false was it? Here's WaPo Fact Checker 's analysis:
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Ryan Goodman Jul 28
Replying to @johnkruzel
4. How false? This false. PolitiFact's 's analysis:
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Ryan Goodman Jul 28
Replying to @CalWd @hopeyen1 and 6 others
5. Piling on, here are more fact checks on Barr's statement that White House "fully cooperated." Associated Press ( ): FactCheck ( ):
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Gerardine Clark Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw @rizzoTK
Because he’s a criminal.
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davidrlurie Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw @rizzoTK
Barr called the lying to a federal officer charge against Flynn "esoteric," "made up," and not a "meat an potatoes" crime. Then he lied to Congress.
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OlympicDane Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw @rizzoTK
He realized he had just lied under oath, which is why he tried to walk it back.
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Becky Sweeney Jul 28
Thank you.
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RobM Jul 28
Good show Ryan! Fred Flintstone can’t run to long from the lies and perjuring himself. Congress needs to act instead of being passive
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Julie Solis for Assembly Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw @rizzoTK
William Barr needs to resign. And if he refuses, Congress should use its power to impeach him. Our priority needs to be to prevent our corrupt Attorney General from continuing to protect Trump and all his henchmen when they commit crimes on his behalf.
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toolmarks Jul 28
Replying to @rgoodlaw @rizzoTK
I read a few posts saying, why have him there at all. To get him on the record?
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LJ Frank Jul 28
The lies in public should be grounds for Barr’s disbarment. The action taken against Berman should be grounds for disbarment. His lie under oath that he knew nothing about the white supremacists threatening should be grounds for disbarment.
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