WASHINGTON — President Trump on Wednesday said he was “not happy” with Attorney General William Barr and offered a “no comment” when asked if the AG would serve a second term.
“I have no comment. I can’t comment on that. It’s too early,” the commander-in-chief told Newsmax TV’s “Greg Kelly Reports” when asked if Barr would remain in his post as the head of the Department of Justice.
“I’m not happy with all the evidence I have, I can tell you that. I’m not happy,” Trump continued.
The scathing remarks follow a report Tuesday that revealed that an investigation into the “unmasking” of former White House national security adviser Michael Flynn by Obama-era officials had concluded without finding evidence of any serious wrongdoing.
Barr appointed federal prosecutor John Bash to lead the probe, but Bash resigned on Oct. 5 and was replaced with Gregg Sofer, a veteran Justice Department attorney. The investigation concluded with no criminal criminal charges or