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The Atlantic Politics & Policy Daily: A Barr Walks Into Congress

William Barr told Congress it’ll receive a copy of the Mueller report “within a week”—but heavily redacted. Plus: What Israel’s elections mean for American Jews.
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It’s Tuesday, April 9.

Barr Some: At a congressional budgetary hearing, Attorney General William Barr told lawmakers that they’ll receive a copy of the Mueller report “within a week.” But the copy they get will be heavily redacted—and Congress isn’t too happy about that, reports Russell Berman.

Israel’s general election on Tuesday was a tight race between Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his challenger, the former military chief Benny Gantz— During the”

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