Former Attorney General William Barr became an ineffective ally, which is often worse than being a sworn enemy. The enemy is doing what is expected by acting against you. But real betrayal occurs when an ally turns into a bystander.
The former attorney general expressed hope that the Department of Justice will not ultimately decide to levy charges against the former president, though he said it will face pressure to pursue an indictment.
The press 'has dropped any pretense of professional objectivity and are political actors, highly partisan who try to shape what they’re reporting to achieve a political purpose and support a political narrative that has nothing to do with the truth.'