Attorney General William Barr accused the media in a new interview of being uninterested in finding out about the origins of the Trump-Russia probe, and of shirking their duty as watchdogs for the public. "Normally the media would be interested in letting the sunshine in and finding out what the truth is," Barr said in an interview with CBS News. "And usually the media doesn't care that much about protecting intelligence sources and methods. But I do and I will." Barr was discussing his plans for declassification of documents related to the surveillance activities against the Trump campaign during the Russia investigation. President Donald Trump ordered the heads of various government agencies, including the FBI and CIA, to provide materials to Barr. He also granted Barr the authority to declassify documents as he sees fit.
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