Bill Barr warns of 'horror show' and 'chaos' if Donald Trump wins in 2024

Former Attorney General Bill Barr, once one of former President Donald Trump’s closest allies, derided his former boss and called Trump unfit to serve as president in 2024, describing his thinking as a “horror show.”

At a City Club of Cleveland luncheon Friday in Ohio, Fox News regular Geraldo Rivera asked Barr whether Trump is fit to be president.

“If you believe in his policies, what he’s advertising is his policies, he’s the last person who could actually execute them and achieve them,” Barr responded. “He does not have the discipline, he does not have the ability for strategic thinking and linear thinking or setting priorities or how to get things done in the system.”

“It is a horror show when he is left to his own devices,” Barr added.

If Trump were to reclaim the White House in 2024, Barr warned of “chaos” and the potential for Trump to self-sabotage his own agenda as president.

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Former President Donald Trump and Former Attorney General Bill Barr step off Air Force One upon arrival at Andrews Air Force Base in Maryland on September 1, 2020.

“You may want his policies, but Trump will not deliver Trump policies. He will deliver chaos and, if anything, lead to a backlash that will set his policies much further back than they otherwise would be.”

After he left the Trump administration, Barr has become one of the former president’s most vocal critics. Barr warned in April that the Department of Justice’s special counsel probe into Trump’s handling of classified documents could be a “serious potential case” on ABC’s “This Week.”

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