“Opinion I think was wrong and I think that government should complain about it. This is deeply wrong in number of ways,” Barr said during an interview with Fox on Tuesday.
“I don’t think the appointment of a special master will keep up – but even if it does, I don’t see it fundamentally changing the trajectory. In other words, I don’t think it is changes in ball game as much as possible we can delay the rain for pair of innings.”
Trump-appointed District Judge Eileen Cannon on Monday ordered that third-party advocate in to review in materials which were taken from Trump home and resort in Florida. Order also stops the Department of Justice from continuing its review of in materials withdrawn from Mar-a-Lago “pending completion of in special master review or further court order.
Classification review and intelligence assessments conducted by the Directorate of director of However, National Intelligence will be allowed to continue.
The Department of Justice strongly opposed special master and said his own “filter team” already finished his review of Mar-a-Lago documents. A Justice Department spokesman said on Monday that officials are “examining the opinion” and deeming it “appropriate”. next steps.”
Cannon decision was a significant victory for in former The president, who resented against Biden administration and DOJ after search of its palm beach property. Trump’s lawyers argued that special the master was needed because they don’t trust the DOJ to fairly identify the privileged materials it would be need be excluded from the current criminal probe.
Although Barr was a Trump supporter when he was an attorney. general in him times criticized former President since leaving the administration and did not hold back in last days when asked about trump special main effort.
barr, in separate appearance on Fox last week is called special main query “distraction” and “waste of time.” He doubled down on these comments in telephone interview with The New York Times, stating that he did not think special the master was “named for.”
Weighing in on perspective of DOJ appeal, he told Fox: “I think if the DOJ makes an appeal, it will eventually be overturned. I hope they speed it up, but it may take a few months to fix it.” out.”
Mary Kay Malloney of CNN contributed to this report.