UPDATED 7:07 PM PT – Tuesday, June 29, 2021
President Trump once again weighed in on relations with his former Attorney General William Barr. In a statement released on Tuesday, President Trump stated he lost confidence in Barr long before the 2020 election.
Trump also addressed a recent story in The Atlantic, which supposedly recounted a private conversation between Trump and Barr after the election. Barr recently spoke out against Trump on election fraud and claimed it did not exist. Trump called the story “made-up beyond any level imaginable, in other words, fake news.”
🚨🚨President Trump Releases Statement on Weak RINO Bill Barr🚨🚨 pic.twitter.com/PHZASDQPaW
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The 45th president argued Barr had failed the American people and surrendered to the radical left by not investigating the election. He accused Barr of being a “swamp creature” who was “scared to go against his friends in Washington D.C.”
Trump went on to highlight various states, such as Pennsylvania and Wisconsin, that have made efforts to conduct forensic audits of the 2020 election as well as list instances where fraud has already been uncovered.