The attorney general under former President Donald Trump, William “Bill” Barr, wrote a soon-to-be-released memoir titled, “One Damn Thing After Another: Memoirs of an Attorney General,” in which he makes critical comments about the ex-president.

In the memoir, Barr warns Trump is not fit to be a leader, according to excerpts obtained by reporters. The excerpts reveal Barr thinks Trump “has shown he has neither the temperament nor persuasive powers,” to serve as president again.

“We need leaders not only capable of fighting and ‘punching,’ but also persuading and attracting — leaders who can frame, and advocate for, an uplifting version of what it means to share in American citizenship,” Barr writes about Trump.

“He stopped listening to his advisers, became manic and unreasonable, and was off the rails. He surrounded himself with sycophants, including many whack jobs from outside the government, who fed him a steady diet of comforting but unsupported conspiracy theories,” Barr added.

“The election was not ‘stolen.’ Trump lost it,” Barr writes, but he did not agree that Trump incited the Jan. 6 insurrection. "Incitement has a legal definition, and Trump's statements would not fit that definition in any American court.”

Barr also writes that Trump was outraged when the Department of Justice (DOJ) found no evidence to support the former president’s claim of election fraud in the 2020 presidential election.

In December 2020, the book claims that Trump was furious with Barr when he came to that conclusion and accused him of “pulling the rug out from under me [Trump],” according to the memoir. These findings by Barr led to his resignation.

In the memoir, Barr urges the Republican Party against making Trump their nominee for the 2024 presidential election, which is highly likely if Trump runs. Trump has teased a presidential bid, signaling he will likely be in the race in 2024.

Few Republicans have indicated that they would be willing to challenge or run against Trump in 2024 if he is in the race.