Attorney General William Barr said in an interview Tuesday that “some” of those investigating the origins of Russia’s investigation will be identified.
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Durham’s group has been “very aggressive in its progress,” Barr told Bauer during their investigation into the origins of the FBI investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
Durham is investigating whether the FBI misrepresented an FBI application to obtain warrants to track former Trump campaign partners.
Barr would not comment on the criminal charges that would result from the investigation, but “the wheels of justice are slowly grinding …”
“They’re slow because we have the right process and we follow the process,” he said.
“But people shouldn’t be impressed by the fact that no action has been taken so far. That means people … are going to escape the mistake.”
It is unclear who may be charged as a result of the Durham investigation, but a series of documents released last month revealed that FBI agents conspired to keep the case open – even when there is no evidence the Trump campaign joins the Kremlin.
Former Special Adviser Robert Mueller and former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper both found no evidence of criminal coordination between Trump and the Russians during the 2016 election.