Former AG Bill Barr Goes Off on Trump


Former attorney general under the Trump Administration, Bill Barr, has proven himself not to be quite the man that we all suspected that he was initially whenever he first took the job as Attorney General.

Ever since he left the White House after the 2020 election, he has continued to badmouth President Trump a number of ways. He has even written a book about his time under the Trump Administration and even expressed his thoughts regarding the election. Long story short, he doesn't think that there was anything wrong that happened during the election. Instead, he thinks that the loss that President Trump endured was a result of his own behavior.

Overall, Bill Barr has been a huge disappointment for our country. Now he's going as far as the saying President Trump is actually incorrigible and supports what the FBI just did when they raided Mar-a-Lago.

During an interview with Bari Weiss, he had a lot to say about President Trump, but one thing stood out.

"…Trump is his own worst enemy. He’s incorrigible. He doesn’t take advice from people. And you’re not going to teach an old dog new tricks."

He also said,

"…He continued to be self-indulgent and petty and turned off key constituencies that ultimately made the difference in the election."

I'm sorry, but I can't get behind what Bill Barr is saying about President Trump and the election. Do I think that President Trump has some character flaws? Of course, I do. I do think that he can be a little over-the-top and if he would have dialed it back a little bit Democrats might not hate him as much as they do now, but they would still hate him because he is a Republican.

As I've said many times before, I think President Trump is the greatest president of our time, but I do think that there are some things that he could do better, one of which being vocal about his opinions. This is not something that say only about President Trump, I actually say this about anybody who has notoriety in the world which includes celebrities and athletes. Everyone is entitled to their opinion, but just because you're entitled to an opinion doesn't mean that you need to share it with everyone.

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