President Donald J. trump has agreed to declassify “everything” before leaving office as he continues to accuse Democrats of “spying” and “treason.” Conservative pundit Todd Starnes tweeted Saturday morning, “At this point, @realDonaldTrump should declassify everything. Everything.” Trump retweeted the post and added his own comment, “I have been doing this. I agree!”
He subsequently lashed out at Joe Biden’s campaign and his son Hunter, saying “we caught them cold, spying, treason & more.” “IF Biden gets in, nothing will happen to Hunter or Joe,” Trump tweeted. “Barr will do nothing, and the new group of partisan killers coming in will quickly kill it all. Same thing with Durham. We caught them cold, spying, treason & more (the hard part), but ‘Justice’ took too long. Will be DOA!”
According to The Sun, Trump is frustrated with the series of losses in court over his campaign’s attempts to overturn the presidential election results. He is also disappointed in Attorney General Bill Barr for his failure to take action on criminal allegations against Hunter Biden.
Trump reportedly voiced his frustration with Barr in a Friday meeting after it emerged that the AG knew of a federal investigation into the former VP’s son before the election but chose not to disclose it to the public, according to The Wall Street Journal. The President also shared a tweet Saturday hinting that Barr should immediately be fired if the Wall Street Journal story is true.
The day before, Trump raised questions on why didn’t Barr report the probe into Hunter before the elections, then continued to falsely declare he had “won the election anyway.” Trump wrote on Twitter: “Why didn’t the Fake news Media, the FBI, and the DOJ report the Biden matter BEFORE the Election. Oh well, it’s OK, we won the Election anyway – 75,000,000 VOTES!!!” The Republican’s reaction came after a report on The Wall Street Journal, on Thursday, December 10, claimed that Barr was aware of the allegations into Hunter’s business dealings since spring and had also attempted to stop the probe from being made public.No tags for this post.