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President Trump laced into Attorney General Bill Barr Saturday, suggesting the Justice Department boss was getting ready to give President-elect Joe Biden and his son Hunter a pass.
Trump also took a shot at John Durham, a Department of Justice special counsel who has been reviewing the origins of the FBI’s Russia collusion investigation since May 2019.
“IF Biden gets in, nothing will happen to Hunter or Joe. Barr will do nothing, and the new group of partisan killers coming in will quickly kill it all,” Trump said. “Same thing with Durham. We caught them cold, spying, treason & more (the hard part), but ‘Justice’ took too long. Will be DOA!”
Earlier this week news broke that the Justice Department had been investigating Hunter Biden since 2018. The probe reportedly involves information contained on a laptop, whose existence and contents were first reported by The Post.
The president has been reeling since Friday evening after the Supreme Court declined to hear a Texas lawsuit seeking to overturn the results of the 2020 presidential election.
The president also continued to tweet baseless claims that he had in fact won the election.
“I WON THE ELECTION IN A LANDSLIDE, but remember, I only think in terms of legal votes, not all of the fake voters and fraud that miraculously floated in from everywhere! What a disgrace!” Trump said.
The SCOTUS decision almost certainly clears the way for the electoral college to meet Monday and formalize Joe Biden’s victory.
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