VIDEO: Kamala Harris suggests Barr was worried about perjury

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Sen. Kamala Harris, D-Calif., suggested Attorney General William Barr was worried about perjury as the reason for his stammering in response to one of her questions during a Senate Judiciary Committee hearing on Wednesday.

Harris, a 2020 candidate for president and former California attorney general, asked Barr if President Trump or anyone else at the White House suggested to him that he open an investigation into anyone. Barr struggled to answer, saying at one point that he was “trying to grapple with the word ‘suggest.’”

The article goes on to state the following:

During an interview Thursday on CNN, Harris said Barr asking her to repeat her question and hesitation to answer was indicative of delay tactics.

“He did not answer the question. First of all, he wanted it to be repeated which impressed me as he wanted time to really think about how he was going to answer the question. He obviously heard the question the first time. And then parsing words about ‘suggested.’ He did not answer the question,” Harris said. “I’m sure he didn’t, because he knew he was under oath and he knew he could potentially expose himself to perjury if he didn’t answer honestly.”

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