That's a kind of good new - bad news statement. The good news is for Obama and Biden. The bad news has to do with those "others" on whom Durham is focused, because I assume that that this increases Durham's determination to take his investigation as high up the chain of command in the Obama administration as possible.
Strictly speaking, Barr's words could be parsed in a number of ways, and contradictions founds.
One standard for every American? Except ex POTUS and VPOTUS? How does that work?
On the other hand, "doesn't expect ..."? Is Barr open to surprises?
Rather than nitpick, however, I think we understand where he's coming from--he, unlike Dems, is actually concerned for the country. He wants--again, unlike Dems--to point the way to depoliticizing justice in America. It's a laudable goal and worth striving for--no matter how unrealistic it is. Here is Undercover Huber's summary:
AG Barr today
—Collusion hoax used against Trump was “baseless” and “unprecedented in American history”
—Durham is a criminal investigation
—Does not believe - based on his knowledge of Durham probe - that Obama or Biden will personally be the focus of a criminal investigation
—Durham’s focus “is on others” involved
—DOJ under Obama had “dual standard” - rules for Trump, and rules for everybody else
—DOJ must have *one* standard for *every* American
—DOJ will only prosecute if it can prove every element of a crime “beyond a reasonable doubt”
—Not every “abuse of power”, no matter how egregious, is necessarily a federal crime that can be prosecuted
—But Durham is trying to “get to the bottom of what happened”, and if crimes can be proven, will bring perpetrators to justice
And here's a "rough transcript of Barr's words: