Watch: Trump Will Not Commit To Keeping Bill Barr After Election Victory

Written By BlabberBuzz | Saturday, 17 October 2020 11:04

President Trump didn’t rule out replacing Attorney General Bill Barr if he were to win in November according to an interview he held earlier this week.

“No comment” Trump told Newsmax host Greg Kelly. “I’m not happy with all of the evidence I have. I’m not happy. I can tell you that.”

WATCH:

President Trump made these statements to Newsmax after it was reported that Barr’s unmasking probe quietly concluded without charges.

The US Attorney tapped by Attorney General Bill Barr to investigate “unmasking” done by Obama’s criminal officials around the 2016 has concluded the probe without bringing any charges, according to the Washington Post.

US Attorney John Bash reportedly found no evidence of wrongdoing and concluded the probe without charges and without a public report.

The probe into unmasking was launched in May of this year after then-acting DNI Richard Grenell declassified the list of Obama officials involved in the unmasking of General Mike Flynn in his conversations with Russian Ambassador Sergey Kislyak.

Names included former CIA Director John Brennan, Ambassador to the UN Samantha Power and former DNI chief James Clapper.

Joe Biden was also on the list!

US Attorney John Bash was also investigating whether Obama officials leaked information to reporters, but found no wrongdoing.

US Attorney from Connecticut John Durham is currently investigating the origins of Spygate and according to Barr, there won’t be any indictments and or report until after the election.

Although an entire cabal of high ranking FBI and DOJ officials unleashed the might of the US government on Trump to remove him from office by illegally spying on him with wiretaps, only one FBI lawyer has been indicted by Durham on one count of false statements.

Trump’s full interview with Greg Kelly will air Wednesday evening.

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