The Democratic presidential hopeful sat down with former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
Barr is a "direct appointee of the president" who shouldn't be weighing in on an inquiry that's someone else's responsibility, he said.
President insists government employees have told him: "Stay out until you get the funding for the wall."
"Try that on a jury," quips former U.S. attorney Preet Bharara.
“Giuliani is supposed to be a professional lawyer," said the former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York.
CNN host says it doesn't look good for Trump's personal attorney.
The allegations that she wrote homophobic posts "deserve a full examination," the site's executive editor told staff.
The former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York was fired by Trump last year.
Loss of liberty can "focus" a man's mind, says the former U.S. attorney.
Special counsel Robert Mueller will be watching.
The network also hired Walter M. Shaub Jr., former director of the Office of Government Ethics.
It provides a loophole for the reprehensible to sneak by without being termed as such.
At the time of Bharara’s firing, his office was conducting an investigation into Trump’s secretary of health and human services, Tom Price.
"There has to be some kind of arms-length relationship" between the president and law enforcement, Preet Bharara says.