Audience burst out laughing after former Attorney General mocks Trump

Written by Henrik Rothen

Oct.28 - 2023 8:51 AM CET

Former attorney general mocks Trump.

Trending Now

Bill Barr, the former U.S. Attorney General, recently made headlines by openly criticizing former President Donald Trump's verbal abilities.

Speaking at an event hosted by the University of Chicago's Institute of Politics, Barr described Trump's verbal skills as "very limited."

This is reported by New York Post.

Barr's candid remarks

The comments came in response to a question from CBS reporter Jan Crawford, who asked if Trump was "losing it," especially after his recent praise for the terrorist group Hezbollah.

Barr's response elicited laughter from the audience and a chuckle from Crawford. He went on to say that Trump is "not very disciplined" in his speech and tends to go "too far" when straying from his usual limited set of adjectives.

Barr, who left Trump's cabinet in December 2020 over disagreements about election fraud claims, also delved into Trump's character. He suggested that something in Trump's early life might have contributed to his "fragile ego." Barr warned that a potential second term for Trump would likely be about "retribution" and "self-indulgence," leading to a chaotic administration.

Interestingly, despite his criticisms, Barr has not ruled out voting for Trump in a future election. He told Fox News host Neil Cavuto that he would "jump off that bridge when he gets to it," indicating that his decision would depend on future evidence regarding Trump's conduct.

You can watch Bill Barr's remarks below

If the embed doesn't work, please follow the link.

Most Read