I'm gonna provide a transcript of Trump's remarks concerning Bill Barr's decision not to indict people associated with the Biden campaign before the election. I say it that way, because Barr, in his House testimony, specifically refused to rule out indicting persons involved in the Russia Hoax. I believe those indictments didn't come down for purely legal reasons, and not political ones--the investigation keeps expanding, now with Daniel Jones and his whole cabal. However, it appears from Trump's remarks that Barr must have made a specific decision not to indict members of the Biden Crime Family before the election.
Here's my transcript of Trump's remarks--edited by inserting just a few proper names in place of pronouns, just to make the antecedents perfectly clear. I think these remarks have been misinterpreted by some as a knock on Barr. My take is that Trump is deliberately mending fences with Barr. He knows he's been a bit rough on Barr--out of legitimate political concerns. But he recognizes that Barr has his own legitimate concerns and--confident now that he'll win reelection--Trump is making a magnanimous gesture, reaching out very publicly to a man he knows to be a very important part of his team. It shows Trump at his best:
Today [Biden's] staying in his basement to talk to his lawyers--they caught him cold. [Chants of 'Lock him up!'] I'll tell you something. I mean this, too. He is lucky that we have in our country, and they don't appreciate, a wonderful human being and the most fair Attorney General of the United States. Cuz, I know people who woulda had [Biden] locked up five weeks ago. Bill Barr is a very nice man and a very fair man, and they have no idea, because somebody else woulda taken that thing [the laptop] and all the crap and corruption--[Biden's] been a corrupt politician for a long time, this guy--and in many ways it doesn't make some of us happy, but in many ways Bill Barr is a wonderful human being and a very fair person. And he's not a person who wants to hurt people. Just remember that. I say it, and I say it once. Just remember it, cuz I get angry too. But just remember it: he's a very fair man, and in many ways and especially in that position, there's something very nice about it. OK? So what can I say?
And here's the video link that I got from CTH, so you can hear Trump's tone of voice: