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Rep. Kevin McCarthy says he has faith in AG Barr, will not call for a second special counsel
One day after Attorney General William Barr testified before Congress, House Minority Leader Rep. Kevin McCarthy said he still has full confidence and faith in Barr's work and his release of the Mueller report. "I'm one of the few people that have been able to read the unredacted. But in the first volume, the public gets 90 percent of everything, only 10 percent is redacted. In the second volume they get 98 percent...I trust where Barr is going, and I think let him do his work.”
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