Trump Responds, Slams ‘Slow, Lethargic’ Former AG Bill Barr

Former President Trump sent a scathing three-page letter to Lester Holt after the “NBC Nightly News” anchor interviewed his former attorney general Bill Barr.

Barr is set to have a book published on Tuesday titled, “One Damn Thing After Another,” in which he accuses Trump of having “lost his grip” and exhibiting erratic behavior in the final days of his first term.

Trump took part in an interview that Holt conducted.

As is typical of correspondence from the former President, Trump came out swinging, calling Barr “slow, lethargic,” and more interested in “being accepted by the corrupt Washington Media and Elite than serving the American people.”

He attributed Barr’s shift in rhetoric – from being a staunch supporter of Trump to providing soundbites for Democrats – to the resistance party having “broke(n) him just like a trainer breaks a horse.”

According to the letter, Trump is alleged to have provided an investigation into alleged election corruption. He was clearly shocked that Barr didn’t investigate the matter, even though there is no evidence of widespread fraud.

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Trump Slams ‘Big Disappointment” Bill Barr

Trump also lashed out at Bill Barr, accusing him of not standing by him in the Mueller probe and failing to investigate matters related to possible spying during his campaign.

“As everyone now knows, my campaign was SPIED on and Bill Barr did nothing about it,” he charged. “Comey, McCabe, the Two Lovers (Peter Strzok and Lisa Page), and everyone all the way up and down knew what was happening.”

Barr appears to have done some trash talking in his book. He accuses Trump of inciting the Capitol riot that occurred after the 2020 election.

“The absurd lengths to which he took his ‘stolen election’ claim led to the rioting on Capitol Hill,” Barr flat-out states.

“The election was not ‘stolen,’ Trump lost it,” he continued before urging the GOP to move on from the former President and his “erratic personal behavior” in 2024.

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Barr says he would not prosecute

Although Trump claims that Trump was responsible for January 6, Riot, Bill Barr insisted that he wouldn’t prosecute Barr for that role.

“I do think he was responsible in the broad sense of that word, in that it appears that part of the plan was to send this group up to the Hill,” he told Holt. “I think the whole idea was to intimidate Congress. And I think that that was wrong.”

That said, he added, “I haven’t seen anything to say he was legally responsible for it in terms of incitement.”

Trump defends himself in the letter to Holt noting he encouraged protesters to act “peacefully” and calling the committee investigating his alleged role in the riot a “witch hunt.”

Barr then gets another jab.

“I would imagine that if the book is anything like him, it will be long, slow, and very boring,” adding that “Bill Barr was not one of my better (Cabinet) picks.”