Former AG Bill Barr asks if he will vote for Trump in 2024

On Monday, former Attorney General William Barr was asked if he would vote for former President Donald Trump if he won the GOP presidential nomination in 2024.

Barr, who was on tour to promote his new book, “One Damn After Another: Memoirs of an Attorney General,” excerpts of which were extremely critical of his former boss. he told TODAY’s Savannah Guthrie that he would vote for Trump if it came to that.

“Because I believe the greatest threat to the country is the progressive agenda driven by the Democratic Party, I cannot imagine that I would not vote for the Republican candidate, ” Barr said.

“It’s hard to predict what the truth will be in three years, but as of right now, it’s hard for me to think that I wouldn’t vote for the Republican candidate,” he added.

That said, Barr did not provide his immediate assistance.

“Well, I certainly made it clear. I don’t think he should be our candidate and I would support someone else for the candidacy,” he added.

NBC News further noted:

In response to NBC News’ questions about the memoir, Trump sent a three-page letter titled Bar “slow and lethargic, too lazy and cowardly,” and said that Barr “didn’t want to stand up.” the extreme left of the Democratic Party because he thought the consequences for him personally in the form of impeachment would be too severe. In other words, Bill Barr is a coward.”

Barr said the letter was “fit of course.”

“The president is a man when he’s told something he doesn’t want to hear, he immediately goes on a rampage and attacks a person personally,” Barr said. “I think the letter is childish.”

Barr’s new memoir seems to go all out to attack Trump over his “erratic personal behavior.”

“The 600-page book is out March 8, and according to a report from the Wall Street Journal, Barr uses it to attack Trump’s credibility, leadership, and temperament — considering his service. him in the Trump Administration as a ‘personal sacrifice,’”The Daily Wire report.

Barr is also clear about his position regarding Trump’s repeated claims that the 2020 election has been “stolen”.

“The election is not ‘stolen.’ Trump has lost it,” Barr wrote.

Critics have attacked Barr for waiting to write a book instead of trying to do something to change Trump’s behavior or denying its impact if he had only come sooner.

“The fact that Barr feels free to write a book depicting Trump excesses, framing his own service to Trump as a ‘personal sacrifice’, & knowingly ‘consults’ the Republican Party , is a damning reflection of our profession failing to hold up to its standards, Sherrilyn Ifill tweeted.

“How is it that Barr waits until he can monetize it with a book to say that Trump is completely unfit for the presidency, instead of doing something when he has the power to, “Joyce White Vance” more. Former AG Bill Barr asks if he will vote for Trump in 2024

Jake Nichol

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