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Here's my question about today's hearing.

Barr says Mueller told him about not making a prosecution/declination decision when they met on March 5th.
Barr tells Grassley today:

"I think that if he felt he shouldn't go down the path of making a traditional prosecutive decision, then he shouldn't be investigating. That was the time to pull up."

Then less than 3 weeks later, Mueller's report was in.

When Mueller told Barr the OLC memo about not indicting a president meant that he wasn't going to make a declaration about whether or not the president should be charged, was Barr's response to that, essentially, "Then OK, you're done investigating, too. You're done"?
How cleanly has Barr addressed the basic question of whether or not he shut Mueller down?
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