Barr calls judge’s ruling in Trump’s Mar-a-Lago case ‘deeply flawed’

Barr calls judge's ruling in trump's mar-a-lago case 'deeply flawed'

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Former President Trump’s Attorney General William Barr criticized a decision by Trump-appointed Judge Aileen Cannon to grant Trump’s request for a special master. CNN’s Eli Honig, Abby Phillip, and John Sale discuss the ruling and Barr’s critique.

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