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Barr: Big Mistake to Make Trump the 2024 GOP Nominee

'But if he was the nominee, then I would vote for him over the Democrat... '

(Molly Bruns, Headline USA) In an interview on Newsmax, former Attorney General Bill Bar said that former President Donald Trump should not be the Republican Party’s 2024 presidential nominee.

“Maybe your audience doesn’t want to hear this, but Trump ran weaker than the Republican ticket in Arizona, Wisconsin, and Pennsylvania,” Barr said, according to Breitbart. “75,000 Republicans went to the polls and voted straight Republican ticket in Arizona and didn’t vote for him, 60,000 in Wisconsin, 60,000 and Pennsylvania. That’s why he lost the election.”

Host Sean Spicer responded with a question.

“You say that you voted for Trump and obviously ’16 and ’20. would you vote for him again in ’24?”

“I’ve said I don’t think he should be our nominee, the Republican Party nominee,” Barr replied.

“I think Republicans have a big opportunity. I think it would be a big mistake to put him forward. But if he was the nominee, then I would vote for him over the Democrat.”

Barr also stated that he does not think Hunter Biden should be prosecuted over the contents of his infamous laptop, which has now been authenticated.

Spicer asked, “Twitter censored it, the media called it Russian disinformation… 51 former government officials went on record saying that it’s Russian disinformation. Are there any legal consequences to that?”

Barr said, “None that I can think of.”

“The intelligence officials suggesting that it was Russian disinformation in order to essentially keep a cork in it until after the election,” Barr continued.

“I do think that … given how close the election was … that probably affected the outcome, or, at least, there is a very distinct probability of that.”

Jack Dorsey, Twitter co-founder and former CEO, called the censorship of the New York Post on the initial publication of the laptop story a “mistake.”

Elon Musk, who recently made a massive bid to acquire the social media platform called it “incredibly inappropriate.”

Republicans in the House are setting up for a thorough investigation if they take control of the chamber after midterms.

While Barr agreed with Spicer that the Republicans can investigate the laptop further, he believes there is nothing they could find that would result in prosecution.

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