Comey 'Very Sick or Very Dumb'

Comey 'Very Sick or Very Dumb'

Comey 'Very Sick or Very Dumb'

In attacking the DOJ and its failure to prosecute Comey, among others, Trump said the department is one "I try to stay away from, but at some point, I won't". Consider two episodes from George W. Bush's presidency. "He illegally leaked CLASSIFIED INFORMATION but doesn't understand what he did or how serious it is", the president tweeted. He wanted the then-FBI director to know, Comey later wrote in a memo, that not only did he not consort with hookers in a Moscow hotel room in 2013, it was an impossibility. "Now more than ever this is an important, critical, time".

At times, it sounded as if Mr Trump was shouting into the phone. That's why Deputy Secretary of State Richard Armitage, who revealed Ms. Plame's name to columnist Robert Novak, was never indicted.

The DOJ's Inspector General is now retrieving some of the missing five months of text messages exchanged between the pair of Federal Bureau of Investigation agents using forensic experts to track "ghost texts", left behind even after they are deleted from the devices, former and current law enforcement officials told this reporter.

"To put it mildly, Comey's story is in flux", Frizell said in a statement. In a rebuke to Messrs. He's either very sick or very dumb. Mr Michael Avenatti, Ms Daniels' attorney, quickly seized on the President's comments, suggesting they would help her lawsuit trying to nullify the 2016 non-disclosure agreement by proving Mr Trump's involvement in the effort to keep her quiet before the election. "How hard to be a white knight in a fallen world!" I don't mean most nights, I mean every night. Another interesting development as Comey made the rounds was Anderson Cooper's grilling the ex-FBI chief over his leaking during a CNN town hall forum. Meaning, to ensure any credibility of White House investigations led by the FBI, the President and the FBI must remain at a distance from each other. I was a private citizen. "Isn't that leaking?" Cooper asled Comey. It reeks of vindictiveness.

"The question is, would she lie to us", Comey said (emphasis added).

"And the double standard that he's has for the last couple of weeks still exists", he said. Conway praised Trump's "analytical and conversation skills" and said Trump appreciated the platform.

Comey also said he did not know that Democrats had funded the infamous dossier compiled by a former British spy that contained unverified claims about Trump and Russian prostitutes.

In the latest Harvard Caps-Harris Poll, almost 70 percent say that special counsel Robert Mueller and deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein should not be fired.

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