Bill Barr: Yes, I Do Think There’s A Risk Of A Trump Indictment

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Bill Barr, Former U.S. Attorney General, Author Of “One Damn Thing After Another” joined the Guy Benson Show for a wide-ranging interview to discuss President Biden’s polarizing speech on ‘democracy’ and his reaction to the legal drama over the raid of former President Donald Trump’s Mar-A-Lago estate.

Barr commented on if he believes there is a risk that former President Trump gets incited by the DOJ saying,

“Yes. I do think there’s a risk.”

Barr expanded on the legal concerns surrounding the former President saying,

“You know, this thing was not. It doesn’t appear to me that this thing was driven by some, you know, rogue desire to just get the president at any cost. It was driven by the fact that a lot of classified information had been taken missing. A lot of government documents had been taken. People took say it’s an unprecedented search. Well, it’s also unprecedented for a president to waltz off with, you know, scores of boxes, including highly classified information. So it seems to me it was driven by the desire primarily to figure out what that classified information was, how sensitive it was, and get a hold of it. That’s what the driver here was. And it looks to me like they spent a year jawboning him without success. And then and then when they purported to voluntarily cooperate, they, you know, they only gave a small fraction of what they had.”

Barr blasted President Biden’s primetime speech on ‘democracy’ saying,

“I thought it was. You know, not only inflammatory, but it was almost deranged for him to do that. It was a political speech that was even maybe too hot for a Democratic political convention. But to give that speech in front of the American people, flanked by U.S. Marines and stuff and attacking the Republican Party that way was beyond the pale and it was full of lies.

The former Attorney General weighed in on the legal questions swirling around Biden’s plan to forgive $10,000 in federal student loans saying,

“I think it was clearly illegal.”