Donald Trump on Wednesday complained that Attorney General Bill Barr refused to get impeached for trying to help him overturn the 2020 election.
Trump began by complaining about investigations into his family company and self-coup attempt, but veered off to attack his own Cabinet official after warning of revolt if the investigations continue.
"I just don't think the people of this country are going to take it," he said. "Look, we also had a chance, but Bill Barr, the attorney general, didn't want to be impeached."
"He didn't want to get impeached. How do you not get impeached? You just sit back and relax and wait out for your term to end — and that's what he did. And it was a sad thing and a sad day for our country," he said.
"But you know what, had Bill Barr the courage, a lot of this could have been taken care of," Trump argued.
"I said, 'Look, get impeached. I went up at lot in the polls when I got impeached. You have to get impeached, maybe.' But he was so afraid of getting impeached he refused to do his job," Trump said.
Here's what Trump told Hannity he instructed Bill Barr to do:\n\n"I said, 'Look, get impeached. I went up at lot in the polls when I got impeached. You have to get impeached, maybe.'"\n#TakeTheFall #SelfCouppic.twitter.com/f4KSDEqvKJ— Bob Brigham (@Bob Brigham) 1649903436
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