Donald Trump Says He’s ‘Surprised’ His Attorney General Won’t Investigate Barack Obama

President Donald Trump President Trump speaks to reporters on the topic of Roger Stone, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-CA), and 2020 presidential candidates, after signing the Supporting Veterans in STEM Careers Act the Oval office at the White House on February 11, 2020 in Washington, DC.

President Donald Trump said that he is “surprised” that Attorney General William Barr won’t investigate former President Barack Obama and former Vice President Joe Biden for Trump calls “Obamagate,” as a video posted by NBC News shows.

Trump was speaking at a meeting with restaurant owners on Monday when he opened the floor for questions. He was asked about Barr’s recent comments in which he said that it’s unlikely his office would initiate criminal prosecution against Obama and Biden, despite Trump’s repeated calls for him to do so.

“I think if it was me, I think they would do it,” Trump said. “For them, maybe they’re not going to. I’m surprised because Obama knew everything that was happening. I don’t think Obama knows where he is in a lot of ways. I saw his statements the other day.”

Of Biden, Trump said that “only he knows what he knows, I don’t think he knows too much.”

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