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Senator Rand Paul Announces He Will Vote “No” On AG Nominee Bill Barr, ‘Too Many Concerns About His Views’

On Tuesday afternoon, the Senate invoked cloture to end debate on AG nominee Bill Barr and passed in a 55-44 vote.

The Senate could vote to confirm Bill Barr as President Trump’s new Attorney General as early as Wednesday or Thursday.

On Tuesday evening, Senator Rand Paul (R-KY) said he was unable to support Bill Barr’s nomination because of his overall “troubling” record on the 2nd and 4th Amendments.

“I am unable to support Bill Barr’s nomination to be the next Attorney General. While I support President Trump and have supported most of his nominees, I have too many concerns about the record and views of this nominee. Bill Barr was a leading proponent of warrantless surveillance, and his overall record on the Fourth Amendment […]

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