Donald hints at FIRING Bill Barr after probes into Russiagate fall flat ...

Donald hints at FIRING Bill Barr as he says 'I am NOT happy with all the evidence I have' after AG's probes into unmasking and Russiagate fall flat before election President Donald hinted he may fire Attorney General Bill Barr after Justice Department probes didn't indict any of his political enemies  In a Newsmax TV interview set to air Wednesday night, said it was 'too early' to determine if Barr would still have his job if there's a second term  

By Nikki Schwab, Senior U.s. Political Reporter For Dailymail.com and Reuters

Published: 22:20 BST, 14 October 2020 | Updated: 22:20 BST, 14 October 2020

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President Donald hinted that he may fire Attorney General Bill Barr after Justice Department probes didn't indict any of his political enemies. 

In a Newsmax TV interview that will air Wednesday night on 'Greg Kelly Reports,' said it was 'too early' to determine if Barr would still have his job if there's a second term. 

'I have no comment. Can't comment on that. It's too early,' said. 'I'm not happy with all the evidence I have, I can tell you that. I'm not happy,' he added.  

President Donald Trump, captured leaving the White House for a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa, told Newsmax TV that he was 'not happy' with Attorney General Bill Barr after Justice Department probes failed to indict any of his political enemies

President Donald , captured leaving the White House for a campaign rally in Des Moines, Iowa, told Newsmax TV that he was 'not happy' with Attorney General Bill Barr after Justice Department probes failed to indict any of his political enemies 

President Donald Trump answered it was 'too early' to determine if Attorney General Bill Barr (pictured) would be staying on if Trump wins a second term in November. The Justice Department had found no wrongdoing in the 'unmasking' controversy

President Donald answered it was 'too early' to determine if Attorney General Bill Barr (pictured) would be staying on if wins a second term in November. The Justice Department had found no wrongdoing in the 'unmasking' controversy 

The Washington Post first reported that the Justice Department had ended its probe into whether Obama administration officials improperly 'unmasked' associates of mentioned in intelligence reoprts, two Congressional sources told Reuters Wednesday.   

It found no wrongdoing, one of the sources said. 

Unmasking refers to the naming of U.S. citizens whose

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