Guess Who? — ‘I’m actually, I guess, the chief law enforcement officer of the country’

Before departing for California (lucky youse guys!) Trump told reporters that he has the right to interfere in the US Justice system as the chief law inforcement officer, typically the unofficial title of the Attorney General.

The pronouncement came as reporters asked if he had weighed in with Billy Barr over the sentencing of his friend Roger Stone. Trump insisted he hadn’t yet, but reserved the right to do so in the future.

“I could be involved if I wanted to be,” he added.

Trump also crossed his fingers and toes, and lied his ass off said he had not considered a pardon for Stone.

See RawStory, with thanks to sheltomlee.