Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Kamala Harris, speaking after she questioned Attorney General William Barr in the Senate Judiciary Committee hearing, told reporters he should resign.
It "should be deeply troubling to entire American public is that he made a decision and didn’t review the evidence," Harris said after leaving the room.
"No prosecutor worth her salt would make a decision on whether (the President) was involved in obstruction of justice without reviewing the evidence," Harris said. "This Attorney General lacks all credibility and I think has compromised the public’s ability to believe he is a purveyor of justice."
Asked should he resign, she said "yes."