Even though he originally talked a tough game, William Barr has been a huge disappointment for Trump and his supporters during his entire time as Attorney General.
And William Barr recently told a reporter for The New York Times he’s considering resigning before the end of President Trump’s term in January.
But Donald Trump may be telling William Barr “YOU’RE FIRED!” before he gets a chance to step down.
Last week, William Barr told a reporter from the Associated Press that he hasn’t seen any evidence of voter fraud that could change the election.
“To date, we have not seen fraud on a scale that could have affected a different outcome in the election,” Attorney General Barr told the Associated Press.
Of course, the Fake News Media immediately jumped on Barr’s comments, making it their top story on the evening news despite the fact that William Barr spent the day walking back his comments.
But that didn’t stop President Trump from being infuriated with Barr.
So much so that President Trump decided to bring up the topic during a press conference with the Fake News Media after he awarded Hall of Fame football coach Lou Holtz with the Presidential Medal of Freedom.
“He hasn’t done anything yet,” Trump told the Fake News Media, explaining to them that William Barr was not aware of all the voter fraud because he hasn’t bothered taking the time to investigate the evidence his campaign presented proving the Democrats rigged the November 3 elections.
“When he looks he’ll see the kind of evidence that right now you are seeing in the Georgia senate. […] So they haven’t looked very hard. Which is a disappointment to be honest,” Trump continued, before calling on the DOJ to immediately open a criminal investigation into the matter.
“They should be looking at all of this fraud. This is not civil. This is criminal stuff. This is very bad criminal stuff,” said Trump.
And if he doesn’t start looking into the matter, he may be hearing the words “YOU’RE FIRED!” from President Trump any day now.
Because when a reporter asked the President if he had confidence in William Barr, he responded, “ask me that in a number of weeks from now.”