Published: Sun, May 12, 2019
Global News | By Blake Casey

Russians may have leverage over Trump: Ex-FBI Director James Comey

Russians may have leverage over Trump: Ex-FBI Director James Comey

Trump went after both Comey and Mueller earlier in the day when he told reporters at the white house that the special counsel is 'in love with James Comey.

Even after the publication of the Mueller report, which Trump and right-wing pundits claimed "cleared" him, the attacks on Comey and Mueller have continued.

Democrats might want to pause long enough to consider the fact that even James Comey couldn't agree with them on this one.

GOP lawmakers involved in this investigation have said they are concerned that the FBI, when it began investigating possible connections between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation in 2016, may have improperly obtained a secret warrant to surveil Carter Page, a member of that campaign. Maybe not, but supposedly best friends.

"I actually think the ones that would most likely be charged aren't necessarily the ones that involved me", he said, explaining: "particularly this McGahn episode and another episode where he was trying to get the attorney general to limit the investigation to only future elections".

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"You look at the picture file and you see hundreds of pictures of him and Comey". "I don't think we have that kind of relationship".

Comey blasted Trump throughout the town hall event.

'James Comey is a disgrace to the Federal Bureau of Investigation & will go down as the worst Director in its long and once proud history, ' Trump wrote on Twitter Thursday night. And while Trump obviously has no problem expressing his feelings, it sounds as though Comey and Mueller may need to work on their communication.

Cooper brought up Rosenstein as Comey was responding to a question about a recent op-ed he penned, in which he wrote that the president "eats your soul in small bites". "But he loves you", Cooper interjected.

Co-host Julie Banderas pointed out that Comey also slammed Attorney General William Barr and soon-to-depart Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein, who Comey said lack the inner strength and moral character to stand up to Trump.

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