Former US Attorney General Bill Barr has predicted Special Counsel Jack Smith will indict former president Donald Trump in August or September this year.
Jack Smith supposedly has “new and significant evidence” of potential Trump obstruction in the Mar-a-Lago classified documents case.
Biden’s Justice Department has nothing on the 45th president, so it seems they are trying to get him on ‘obstruction’ charges.
They are doing everything to stop Trump from being re-elected.
Jack Smith is also investigating Trump’s effort to raise money on what he says are ‘false claims of election fraud,’ the Washington Post reported.
Federal prosecutors are investigating funds raised between November 3, 2020, and January 20, 2021.
Barr also claims that Trump’s comments about his classified documents at the recent CNN town hall could create more legal problems.
The RINO Republican added that Trump had “no business” having his presidential records stored at Mar-a-Lago.
“It’s very clear that he had no business having those documents,” Barr said.
“Of the cases out there right now, the one I’d be most concerned about if I were…the former president is the Mar-a-Lago document case,” Barr added.
Bill Barr said Jack Smith would likely indict Trump in the early fall.
“It could be later in the summer, or the fall would be the earliest I would expect it.”
Earlier this week, Barr weighed in on the John Durham report, saying that while it vindicates Trump, it does not make him the right person to be president.
As The Daily Fetched reported:
Durham’s report concluded that the FBI had zero evidence to support their investigation into Trump and found “sobering” differences in how the FBI approached the Trump probe compared to other politically sensitive investigations.
Trump faced an onslaught of media attacks due to the investigation throughout the four years of his presidency.
However, Bill Barr thinks the revelations in the Durham report are insufficient to support Trump’s return to the White House.
“But I just don’t think he’s the right leader for the Republican Party going forward,” Barr said.
“I think people who want to restore America should look for a big victory that brings strength into the Congress and allows us to achieve some fundamental changes. And I don’t think he’s capable of delivering that kind of victory.”