Attorney General William Barr will not recuse himself from oversight of the Russian Federation investigation led by special counsel Robert S. Mueller III, following the advice he received from Justice Department senior career ethics officials, a DOJ spokeswoman said Monday.
Barr said during his confirmation hearing he respected Mueller, Klobuchar said, and he will do all he can to release his report.
Comey wrote: 'The decision to decline prosecution [of Clinton] would have been far less credible without those details [released by the DOJ], causing lasting damage to the department's reservoir of trust with the American people. "Consistent with that advice, General Barr has decided not to recuse", a Justice Department spokeswoman said in a statement Monday.
"There is every reason that he should put the public's interest in mind", Klobuchar said.
Writing in the Washington Post the ex-FBI director added: 'Providing detailed information about a completed investigation of intense public interest has always been a part of Justice Department practice.
"I don't know what-at the end of the day, what will be releasable".
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Barr "is an experienced lawyer and manager, and he has served in the position of attorney general, so he has great respect for that office", said Mark Tuohey, a lawyer with the firm Baker & Hostetler who once served as deputy to former independent counsel Ken Starr on the Whitewater investigation involving Democratic President Bill Clinton's business dealings.
The president had assailed and ultimately pushed out his first attorney general, Jeff Sessions, for recusing himself from Mueller's investigation because of Sessions' work with the Trump campaign. Because the case posed a significant challenge to public confidence in the institution, the Justice Department provided Congress with an eight-page, single-spaced public report that laid out the investigation, the evidence found and a legal assessment. "Sometimes transparency is not a hard call".
The 2014 case of Jose Padilla, an American citizen captured in the Chicago and held by a presidential order as an enemy combatant in a Navy brig for plotting a "dirty" bomb attack on the United States, was used by Comey.
Just three weeks on the job and standing next to then-Assistant Attorney General Chris Wray announcing the appointment, Comey said, "I can't tell you about the details of any criminal investigation because our goal is to make sure that anyone we're pursuing doesn't know what we're doing and also anyone who might not be charged with a crime is not unfairly smeared".