Barr Says Expect ‘Development’ on Durham’s Crossfire Hurricane Probe Friday
US Attorney General William Barr said that there “will be a development” in U.S. Attorney John Durham’s probe into the FBI’s counterintelligence investigation of the Trump campaign on Friday.
“There are going to be significant developments on this before the election,” Barr told Fox News host Sean Hannity Thursday night.
“But we’re not doing this on the election schedule,” he noted. “We’re aware of the election. We’re not going to do anything inappropriate before the election. But we’re not being dictated to by this schedule.”
Barr said that the development would not be “earth-shattering,” but provide “an indication things are going along at a proper pace, as dictated by the facts in this investigation.
Barr told Hannity that the investigation is going quickly, despite some delay due to the CCP (Chinese Communist Party) virus pandemic. He added that he is “satisfied” with the progress Durham has made.
Last month, Barr said that the November elections will not delay Durham’s investigation and pending report.