Trump Unloads On His Former AG During CPAC Speech: “Bill, You Gotta Move Your A**”

What a nutcase.


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After showing up nearly an hour late at the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC), former President Donald Trump began by listing his grievances, including targeting a Republican that voted to impeach him. Trump, of course, is still upset over being impeached twice, and he’s out for revenge. Trump recently kicked off his revenge tour against Republicans who defied him in the aftermath of the 2020 election and the January 6 insurrection. Apparently, the twice-impeached former president continued his revenge tour in his speech at CPAC.

Trump has been deplatformed on all major social sites, so his statements and speeches are really all the former president has left to lash out at his critics.  Oh, and his rallies. Imagine if Hillary Clinton still held rallies over eight months after she lost the election.

Trump can’t get over his former attorney general, Bill Barr, admitting that widespread voter fraud didn’t occur. And Barr described Trump’s repeated unsubstantiated claims about widespread voter fraud in the 2020 election as “bullshit,” according to a forthcoming book.

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At CPAC, Trump took aim at Barr, dedicating a nice chunk of his speech to tear into his former attorney general.

“Must be honest with you,” he said. “I’ve never said this because I didn’t want to, but I will. I’m very disappointed Bill Barr was unable to hold anyone accountable for countless abuses of power by Democrats…Became different man when Democrats stated they wanted to impeach him.”

Trump then said, “He did become a different man. I always liked him. But I said, ‘Bill, you gotta move your ass.'” The former president said that he told Barr that “our country is under attack. ”

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During his speech, the former guy repeatedly said that the election was stolen after President Joe Biden whooped his ass in both the electoral and popular vote. That lie is what led to the deadly Jan. 6 insurrection, and he’s not going to change.

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