Trump Goes SCORCHED EARTH On Bill Barr After Recent Retaliantion

In response to a recent CBS interview in which former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr criticized his ex-commander-in-chief, former President Donald J. Trump delivered a forceful and critical response.

During an interview conducted by Jan Crawford, the chief legal correspondent for CBS News, William Barr, the former Attorney General, was questioned on his perception of President Donald Trump’s mental state, specifically if he believed Trump was “losing it.”

This interview took place at the University of Chicago Institute of Politics.

Barr readily fell into the trap of the leading question. Barr made a distinct derogatory remark towards the previous president, who was generally recognized for his ability to communicate effectively and honestly with the people, by asserting that “his verbal skills are limited.”

Additionally, he suggested that Trump has a lack of discipline in his verbal communication.

Crawford initiated this development by making reference to Trump’s recent remarks on Hezbollah, whereby he acknowledged the organization’s high level of intelligence and expressed surprise at the intelligence failure of both the Biden administration and Israel, which ultimately resulted in the October 7th attack.

It should be noted that there was an error in the identification of Crawford by CSPAN, as she was mistakenly referred to as CBS reporter Jennifer Smith.

During a recent address in West Palm Beach, Trump said “Two nights ago, I read all of Biden’s security people, can you imagine, national defense people, and they said, ‘Gee, I hope Hezbollah doesn’t attack from the north, because that’s the most vulnerable spot.’”

“I said, ‘Wait a minute.’ You know, Hezbollah is very smart. They’re all very smart.”

During the conversation, Crawford inquired of Barr, “I mean even the last you know couple weeks or month I mean I thought his comments even on Hezbollah I mean that that was appalling like it’s almost like… I mean do you think he’s… Is he losing it? Or is he just becoming…”

Subsequently, in a remarkably fragmented manifestation of sarcastic patronization, Barr interjected during the interaction with the CBS correspondent:

His verbal skills are limited. Uhhhh…And so he, you know, he’s con- you know, i-if you get him away from ‘very, very, very’ you know, uh, you know, the adjectives sort of…he-he..he’s unfam… they’re unfamiliar to him and he starts… and they sort of spill out. And he goes too far. Eh, you know, he’s not uh… he’s not uh very disciplined when it comes to what he says…so…”


Considering Trump’s long history of amassing, losing, and then regaining multiple fortunes, which heavily relies on his adeptness in communication, marketing, sales, and negotiation, Barr’s ad hominem assault appeared to provoke a strong reaction from the ex-President. Despite being overshadowed by Trump’s remarkable success as a speaker, it is evident that he strongly disagreed with Barr’s comments.

President Trump promptly and vigorously retaliated, employing rhetorical strategies to undermine the individual who challenged his linguistic abilities. This was accomplished through the delivery of a lengthy, eloquent, and highly critical response shared on the TruthSocial platform.

“I called Bill Barr Dumb, Weak, Slow Moving, Lethargic, Gutless, and Lazy, a RINO WHO COULDN’T DO THE JOB. He just didn’t want to be Impeached, which the Radical Left Lunatics were preparing to do. I was tough on him in the White House, for good reason, so now this Moron says about me, to get even, “his verbal skills are limited.” Well, that’s one I haven’t heard before. Tell that to the biggest political crowds in the history of politics, by far. Bill Barr is a LOSER!”

In August, Barr threw Trump under the bus as he cast doubt on a crucial aspect of his case by telling CNN that Trump “knew well he lost the election.”

On CNN’s “The Source” with Kaitlan Collins, the former AG further referred to Trump’s asserted behaviors as “nauseating” and “despicable,” declaring that “someone who engaged in that kind of bullying about a process that is fundamental to our system and to our self-government shouldn’t be anywhere near the Oval Office.”

Trump was aware the election statements he put forward were fraudulent after being informed by numerous close advisers that he had not won the election, according to a key tenet of the special counsel’s case. In his initial appearance since Trump’s third indictment, Barr claimed that Trump’s attorneys’ claim that his words were entitled to protection by the First Amendment was unfounded.

“As the indictment says, they are not attacking his First Amendment right. He can say whatever he wants, he can even lie. He can even tell people that the election was stolen when he knew better,” according to Barr. “But that does not protect you from entering into a conspiracy.”

In addition, he said: “At first I wasn’t sure, but I have come to believe he knew well he had lost the election.”

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