nearvideo Chris Wallace praises Bill Hemmer interview with William Barr, says Barr, is Trump’s point of view
For two years, President Trump complained that he was not a attorney-General, says the protection of his interests, ‘Fox News Sunday’ anchor Chris Wallace.
“Fox News Sunday” anchor Chris Wallace weighed in on the Fox-News-exclusive interview with attorney General William Barr, said on Friday that Barr “is clearly the protection of this President and his point of view.”
Talk about “America’s Newsroom,” Wallace said, “What really comes across to me most of all is that for two years, Donald Trump was sitting there, and said that I would not have been attorney general, I don’t think anyone out there is looking for, and to protect my interests. He clearly has that now with Bill Barr.”
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“Not to say that Barr he says right in everything, but he is clearly the protection of this President and his view on a lot of these issues.”
“And I suspect that President Trump, who has probably some of the interview itself, she says finally,” added no Jeff Sessions, Bill Barr, instead of,'” Wallace.
During the sit-down with Fox News anchor Bill Hemmer – Barr’s first TV interview since he was attorney general Barr said, the country needed to know, “what exactly happened,” with counter-espionage activities carried out during the 2016 election — and he is determined to get to the bottom of the housing.
On “America’s Newsroom” on Friday, Wallace also responded to the latest Fox News poll showed that former Vice-President, Joe Biden, the leadership for the 2020 democratic nomination for President.
Among the Democratic primary voters, Biden is a 35 percent (compared to 31 percent in March) leaves Vermont sen. Bernie Sanders in a distant second place with 17 percent (compared to 23 percent).
“I think it is doing something, but I don’t think too much,” Wallace spoke about the survey results.
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“Clearly, Joe Biden has a lot of support within the party, the moderates, from the decor, people, African-Americans, credit him for his service with Barack Obama for eight years as Vice-President.”
“On the other hand, this race has not even started yet. Let’s see, Joe Biden, will appear on the debate stage with nine other candidates, at the end of June and see how he does. This is the real test. How can he get up? He has not said a successful presidential contender in the past,” Wallace.
He added, “I think there are two issues, is the age and how he is and if he looks like he is ready and able to face the challenges of being President, and secondly, he is going to beat a lot on his long record.”
Wallace, then on the Biden position on things like the “crime bill” and abortion.
As a senator from Delaware, who helped Biden, writing in the 1994 Violent Crime Control and Law Enforcement Act, this was also the case for the time as to crack tool down on crime, but has made itself as ridiculous, how needless the one of the leading jailing of a generation of people of color.
Recently Biden, the new Alabama condemned the act, that almost all abortions in the state illegal, and the carrying out of a crime. He also condemned other laws, such as the saying that they are unconstitutional.
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“It is a solid early lead, as you say, it is an advanced early lead, as he for the first time in the race. But I think a lot of it is awareness and familiarity. He goes on to earn the lead on the election campaign,” Wallace said.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.