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Armstrong then asked Paul Rosenzweig, a senior fellow at R Street Institute’s National Security & Cybersecurity team, who agreed Barr was within his rights, but added that “nothing in the statute prevents him from asking permission from a court to provide that material.”

However, Rosenzweig admitted that a congressional subpoena does not require Barr to go to a court to obtain that kind of permission.

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