Former Attorney General William Barr Tentatively Agrees to Sworn Testimony
Former Attorney General William Barr has ‘tentatively agreed’ to give sworn testimony behind closed doors to the House committee investigating the Capitol Riots. Barr already talked informally to the committee including a meeting at his house last fall with committee lawyers and Vice Chairwoman Liz Cheney. The meeting lasted approximately two hours and focused on interactions between Barr and former President Donald Trump before and after the election. The committee also inquired about Barr informing Trump that there was no widespread election fraud. The committee has declined to comment.