President Donald Trump has allowed Attorney General William Barr to further examine the investigation into his 2016 presidential campaign by declassifying previously top-secret documents to him.

Trump tasked Barr to investigate the origins of the Russia probe earlier this May.

Some of the newly declassified information will come from the Director of National Intelligence, the Pentagon or any other similar agencies.

In the first of his three tweets, Trump introduced what Barr’s role will be and what impact he will make.


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In his second tweet, Trump continued on to say that the Attorney General would have to declassify documents for his investigation.

In his third tweet, Trump emphasized the conspiracy theory angles that he has played up about the Mueller Probe.

The critique of Trump’s new rules from the Democrats was predictably negative. House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff and Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bernie Sanders (I-Vermont) both called Trump’s actions “dangerous.”

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