Bill Barr BLINDSIDED By Brutal ‘Thank You’ From Trump – His Face Says It ALL

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A recent illustration of the ability of former President Donald Trump to wield a social media post like a rapier featured former Attorney General William Barr.

Barely had Barr’s latest endorsement of Trump in the presidential contest been released when Trump attacked him with mockery.

“Wow! Former A.G. Bill Barr, who let a lot of great people down by not investigating Voter Fraud in our Country, has just Endorsed me for President despite the fact that I called him ‘Weak, Slow Moving, Lethargic, Gutless, and Lazy’ (New York Post!),” Trump posted on Truth Social.

“Based on the fact that I greatly appreciate his wholehearted Endorsement, I am removing the word ‘Lethargic’ from my statement. Thank you Bill. MAGA2024!”  Trump wrote.

Barr then appeared on CNN and read the piece there. All he could do at the end was smile and shake his head.

“Classic Trump,” Barr said in response.

Barr gave additional reasons in the CNN interview as to why he would continue to support Trump despite their well-publicized falling out.

“I think that Biden is unfit for office,” Barr said.

“I think Trump would do less damage than Biden, and I think all this stuff about a threat to democracy — I think the real threat to democracy is the progressive movement and the Biden administration,” he said.

Barr stated that despite his opposition to Trump’s desperate attempt to overturn the results of the 2020 election, the Trump administration is not given much credit.

“The fact of the matter is, as I said all along, I agreed with Trump’s policies and despite the media, the left-wing media’s effort to portray it as a lawless administration, it wasn’t,” he said. “His policies were sound and we had victories in courts and we defended them.”

CNN’s Kaitlan Collins questioned Trump throughout the interview, citing claims that he discussed carrying out the execution of a person who disclosed information about him in 2020.

“I remember him being very mad about that. I actually don’t remember him saying ‘executing,’ but, I, you know, I wouldn’t dispute it,” Barr said, according to The Hill.

“The President would lose his temper and say things like that,” the former attorney general explained. “I doubt he would have actually carried it out.”

Trump’s combustible language was just that, Barr said — talk.

“I think people sometimes took him too literally and you know, he would say things like, similar to that, in occasions, to blow off steam, but I wouldn’t take him literally every time he did it,” Barr said.






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