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Former AG Bill Barr says it’s ‘increasingly likely’ that Trump will be indicted over documents


Former Attorney General Bill Barr said Friday he believes the federal government has enough evidence to indict former President Donald Trump based on the sensitive documents they retrieved from his Mar-a-Lago by the FBI in August. 

Barr told PBS’ ‘Firing Line’ host Margaret Hoover that the Justice Department ‘probably have the evidence’ to ‘legitimately’ charge Trump in relation to the document’s content. 

Trump recently admitted to transporting the documents from the White House to his Florida home, but argued he was allowed to because they’re ‘personal,’ though Barr seemingly disagrees. 

Barr said he ‘thinks they probably were’ sensitive documents, which opens up the former President to a litany of potential charges.

If prosecutors can ‘show that the president consciously was involved in misleading the department, deceiving the government, and playing games after he had received the subpoena for the documents, those are serious charges,’ said Barr.

Barr has served as United States…



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