Former Georgia gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams (D) on Monday called Attorney General William Barr’s 4-page summary of special counsel Robert Mueller’s report “deeply inappropriate.”
“We should be deeply suspicious, especially since he had 12 tardies and at least three times ditching class,” Abrams said at an event in Los Angeles, also calling for the release of the full report.
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Abrams called Barr an “avowed partisan who in part auditioned for the job by disparaging the report” and compared it to her 2018 gubernatorial race against Georgia’s then-Secretary of State Brian Kemp (R).
“As someone who has a recent experience of having the referee being in charge of the scorekeeping and being the contestant, I am always suspect of a process that does not have independence,” Abrams said.