Because of course he is.
The former attorney general under President Obama would have written the special counsel regulation differently.
That’s not exactly what Attorney General William Barr said.
Attorney General William Barr repeated Trump's "no collusion" claim.
They're not accepting the attorney general's promise of a mid-April redacted release
The attorney general says that the special counsel's report did not find Trump colluded with Russia or obstructed justice, and that there are no more indictments planned in the case.
"They can try to fire Bob Mueller, but they can't fire the Southern District of New York."
This is what Stone's indictment really could mean.
"I believe it is vitally important that the Special Counsel be allowed to complete his investigation," Barr wrote.
DOJ officials said Acting Attorney General Matthew Whitaker should recuse himself from the Mueller probe. He’s not going to.
"Acting Attorney General Whitaker has stated publicly and repeatedly that he is deeply committed to the rule of law."
Here's why Trump's pick for attorney general doesn't think he should be investigated for obstruction of justice
"If embraced by the Department, this theory would have potentially disastrous implications not just for the presidency, but for the executive branch as a whole and for the department in particular."