Author: Barr called Trump’s election claims ‘all bullsh*t’

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Former Attorney General William Barr says he suspected Former President Donald Trump’s claims on widespread election fraud were “all bullsh*t.” His comments were made public after The Atlantic published the statement as part of an excerpt from “Betrayal,” a book by ABC News chief Washington correspondent Jonathan Karl.

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