Trump doesn't preclude terminating Attorney General Will Barr after he confirmed there was no broad extortion in 2020 races

 US President Donald Trump, has proposed he could sack his Attorney General and supporter William Barr over his insistence that there was no broad misrepresentation in the 2020 political race.

Barr told the Associated Press in a meeting on Tuesday December 1, that "to date, we have not seen extortion on a scale that might have affected an alternate result in the political decision"

Barr said the grievances of constituent acts of neglect related to segregated episodes and didn't recommend any presence of "foundational" extortion.

The principal legal officer's declaration was a reprimand of Trump's allegations that Biden's triumph was encouraged by an enormous Democratic intrigue to "rig" the political decision.

Trump, who is going out in January, has now recommended Barr could be gathering his packs soon.

"They should be looking at all of this fraud,," Trump said during Thursday, December 3, appearance in the Oval Office.

''This is not civil, this is criminal stuff. This is very bad criminal stuff so I’ll just say this: It was a fixed election. It was a rigged election'

When a reporter asked if he still has confidence in the attorney general, Trump said; “Ask me that in a number of weeks from now,"

The active president, who's declining to concede that he lost the political decision to Joe Biden, guaranteed Barr's Justice Department hasn't found any proof of far reaching extortion since "he hasn't looked."

"HHe hasn’t done anything,," Trump said of Barr.

"They haven’t looked very hard, which is a disappointment, to be honest with you."

Notwithstanding an absence of proof, Trump's mission has occupied with fights in court to change Biden's political decision, asserting large number of votes were projected illicitly in milestone states won by the Democrat. The majority of the claims have been tossed out, with judges taking note of that there's no proof to legitimize the mission's charges.

"This is probably the most fraudulent election anyone’s ever seen," Trump added.

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