Before Mueller's letter to Barr became public, Fox figures repeatedly said that if Barr were misleading anyone, Mueller would speak out

Before Mueller's letter to Barr became public, Fox figures repeatedly said that if Barr were misleading anyone, Mueller would speak out

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Ever since Attorney General William Barr sent a memo to Congress on March 24 about special counsel Robert Mueller's report, Fox News figures have defended Barr from accusations that he misinformed the public by repeatedly suggesting that if Barr were misleading anyone, Mueller would have said something. They continued to suggest that even as reports started emerging that some members of Mueller's team were displeased with Barr's description of their work. And on April 30, The Washington Post reported that the day after Barr sent his memo to Congress, Mueller wrote to Barr saying it "did not fully capture the context, nature, and substance" of the Mueller report.

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