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The former Attorney General under George H.W. Bush has been confirmed by the Senate to the same position in the President Donald Trump's administration. Barr received the nod after a resounding 55 to 44 vote, in which Sen. Rand Paul R-Ky., was the only Republican to vote against him.
Though only three Democrats supported Barr to become the next attorney general—Sens. Doug Jones Ala., Joe Manchin W.Va. and Kyrsten Sinema Ariz.—the Justice Department veteran represents a commitment to bipartisanship.
His track record can boast it.
He received a unanimous decision under George H.W. Bush.
He's now in the midst of a political tsunami, overseeing the Robert Mueller investigation, the special counsel probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 presidential election.
Fortunately for Barr, the investigation is reportedly coming to a close very soon and the evidence of so-called collusion seems it will be lacking.
If Mueller were to find anything of substance, B
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