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President Donald Trump said in a televised interview that he has spoken to Attorney General William Barr about the high-stakes Durham probe and received assurances the government has “plenty” of evidence to bring charges against his main political rivals.

“He made the extraordinary statement – which if accurate would be a breach of normal firewalls between prosecutors and the executive in a politically charged investigation – in an appearance on the Fox Business Network, where he also pronounced himself cured of the coronavirus,” wrote Geoff Earle, the deputy US editor for DailyMail.com.

Others were not so generous to Trump, noting he is still under treatment with the steroid dexamethasone, which instigates either mania or depression among patients. One Finnish doctor even predicted that Trump’s psychosis would worsen because of steroids and it is happening now.

The Justice Department did not immediately respond when asked to confirm the president's characterization of his conversation with Barr. Trump said Thursday he has spoken to Barr about the evidence in John Durham's probe fo alleged FBI misconduct, and said if the government doesn't bring charges “I won't forget it.” Trump is expected to let loose more attacks against Biden, Obama, Kamala Harris and Hillary Clinton after he lost his bid to win the 2020 Nobel Peace Prize, which went to the World Food Program (WFP.)  

“Unless Bill Barr indicts these people for crimes, the greatest political crime in the history of our country, then we're going to get little satisfaction unless I win and we'll just have to go, because I won't forget it,” Trump said. “But these people should be indicted, this was the greatest political crime in the history of our country and that includes Obama and it includes Biden. These are people that spied on my campaign and we have everything.”

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