During an interview with Fox News host Jeanine Pirro, former top Trump White House Advisor Peter Navarro called out former Attorney General Bill Barr for working on behalf of President Joe Biden.
Navarro blamed Barr and the Justice Department for blocking President Trump’s executive orders during the final 60 days of the Trump Administration. He even went as far as to say that Trump should’ve fired Barr “two months earlier.”
Barr had resigned on December 23, when he praised former President Trump for his strength, “Your record is all the more historical because you accomplished it in the face of relentless, implacable resistance. Few could have weathered these attacks, much less forge ahead with a positive program for the country.”
He then predicted what was going to happen to all of the executive orders that Joe Biden has been signing since he was inaugurated.
“Here’s the thing with these executive orders. It’s politics as usual,” Navarro said. “When Donald Trump gets elected in a landslide in 2024, he’s going to roll out the same kind of executive orders to roll things back.”
As President Joe Biden signs executive order after executive order, Donald Trump takes a much-needed break in sunny Florida, where he spends his days golfing.
As he was passing by a group of onlookers, one man took a video as he thanked the former president. “Mr. President, thank you for your service sir,” the man said.
“Thank you, we haven’t finished yet,” Trump responded.
“Good, good!,” said the man with the camera.
On January 20, as President Trump gave his final speech at Joint Base Andrews, he told his supporters, “We love you. We will be back in some form.”
Aside from that, Trump opened the “Office of the Former President” designed to “carry on the agenda of the Trump Administration through advocacy, organizing and public activism.”
Then on Thursday last week, Trump met with House Minority leader Kevin McCarthy in Florida to discuss the next steps they can take politically.