On Thursday, the former president said his endorsement record was "higher" than the 92-percent winning streak reported by BBC News.
Barr defended the Justice Department's decision to seek a search warrant, saying facts showed the government was being "jerked around" by the former president.
Both the DOJ and Trump's team support releasing the full, unredacted list.
"It's like a sitcom," Alex Holder said, adding that he found Trump to be an "absolutely extraordinary" yet "very weird, unusual, simple" man.
The Department of Justice has said "efforts were likely taken to obstruct the government's investigation" into the handling of White House documents.
"I stand firm when I say that Donald wants to use this in order to hold the country hostage," Michael Cohen said. "That's his goal."
"Affidavit heavily redacted!!! Nothing mentioned on 'Nuclear,' a total public relations subterfuge by the FBI & DOJ," Trump wrote on Truth Social.
A federal judge ordered a redacted version of the underlying affidavit connected to the FBI's Mar-a-Lago search to be released to the public.
The former president's own son-in-law Jared Kushner has been floated as possibly being the mole who leaked information to the FBI.
Those in Trump's orbit are preparing for a redacted version of the Mar-a-Lago search affidavit to be unsealed by the Department of Justice on Friday.
Former federal prosecutor Shanlon Wu told Newsweek there's a "tremendous lack of transparency" when it comes to why judges recuse themselves from cases.
Republicans hoping to emerge as the frontrunner in a 2024 presidential primary still have a good chance despite the boost in support for Trump, experts say.
"The only thing stacking up against the Republican Party are indictments, subpoenas and investigation," Gavin James said.
"If he wanted it released, it would be released right now," former White House press secretary Stephanie Grisham said on Thursday.
Legal experts told Newsweek there's the possibility that nothing follows the Mar-a-Lago raid aside from the recovery of sensitive presidential records.
The attorney general put the ball in Trump's court, filing a motion to unseal the search warrant and property receipt "absent objection" from Trump.
"If you know where the safe is and you know the documents are in 10 boxes in the basement, you are pretty close to the president," Mick Mulvaney said.
"Violence against law enforcement is not the answer, no matter who you're upset with," FBI Director Christopher Wray said.
Rubio, vice chairman of the Senate Select Committee on Intelligence, said "at a minimum" he and other congressional leaders should have been briefed.
Staff working at Mar-a-Lago said they refused to turn off the surveillance cameras on the property during Monday's FBI raid.
"He got caught and he knows it. This is what guilty people say," former federal prosecutor Ron Filipkowski tweeted.
Former U.S. Attorney Joyce White Vance said it is likely that the sensitive information obtained by the FBI this week was "fresh."
"What took place yesterday, and long before, was an unprecedented infringement of the rights of every American citizen," Trump said.
"They are totally out of control," conservative radio host and former Trump adviser Sebastian Gorka said. "Which Patriot will they target next?"
Political science professor Brandon Rottinghaus told Newsweek that Monday's raid was "the perfect event" to energize Trump supporters for another campaign.
Former federal prosecutor Glenn Kirschner said "a legal barrier has been broken" regarding the search of former President Donald Trump's home.
The search prompted widespread criticism from those on the right, who accused the Biden administration of an abuse of authority.
Breaking with Democrat sentiment, the former New York governor warned that the move could jeopardize the legitimacy of future investigations.
Ukrainian law enforcement officers carried out the raids in order to verify citizens' compliance with martial law restrictions and to prevent curfew violations.