Former Donald Trump campaign aide Michael Caputo on Monday argued Donald Trump’s decision to fire former FBI Director James Comey in May was the biggest mistake of his presidency, arguing the move “put a lot of people in danger.” Caputo was on MSNBC’s “The Beat with Ari Melber” alongside Georgetown...
(Scott Johnson) Did the Trump campaign “collude” with friends of Vladimir Putin in the presidential campaign of 2016? I don’t think so, but the Clinton campaign certainly seems to have done so. Yet former FBI Director James Comey engineered...Show More Summary
There may be more the public doesn't know about former FBI Director James Comey's private conversations with President Trump. That's the strong suggestion from the Justice Department, as it argues against releasing the memos Comey wrote about his conversations with Trump to media organizations. Show More Summary
On Thursday acting FBI Director Christopher Wray refused to answer Rep. Ron DeSantis (R-FL) when asked if the Russian dossier was used to spy on President Donald Trump. FBI Director Christopher Wray Refuses to Answer Rep DeSantis When...Show More Summary
Comey had "guts" when the FBI was investigating Clinton, Trump said, months before he fired the director.
YOU DON’T SAY: FBI Increasingly Politicized Under Comey and Mueller. Bill Gertz: The shift is the result of a bureaucratic culture that emerged in the 1990s and was fueled by its two most recent former directors, James Comey and Robert Mueller, who ran the agency for the past 16 years. Mueller headed the FBI from […]
Max Boot and former Chief of Staff to FBI director James Comey, Chuck Rosenberg, react to a new alleged contact between Paul Manafort and a Russian with ties...
Judge Jeanine Pirro unleashed on dirty cop Comey Monday evening on Fox News with Sean Hannity. Pirro slammed the Deep State then focused on fired FBI Director James Comey. “And the FBI..and let me say something, I worked for them for...Show More Summary
A former FBI agent who was removed from the bureau’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election after exchanging messages with Donald Trump was the same person who downgraded former FBI Director James Comey’s description of Hillary Clinton’s handling of classified...
We're back to now debating whether President Donald Trump legally obstructed justice when he tried to convince others to end the investigation into Mike Flynn and ultimately fired FBI Director James Comey. All of this is because of Trump's...Show More Summary
Fired FBI Director James Comey is starting to crack. Comey broke from his pattern of tweeting out cryptic messages throwing shade at President Trump and sent out a nervous tweet defending the FBI. And Bongino responded… Crooked cop Comey...Show More Summary
The tweet sparked an uproar because it implied that President Trump was aware that Michael Flynn had lied to the FBI, and then asked FBI Director James Comey to go easy on his former National Security Adviser.
President Trump’s assertion that former FBI Director James Comey left the bureau’s reputation “in tatters” isn’t sitting well with Comey and other former members of the Justice Department.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein, ranking member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, says it is becoming increasingly clear that President Trump’s firing of FBI director James Comey represents an obstruction of justice.
President Trump was pleased with constitutional law scholar Alan Dershowitzs defense of him over his firing of former FBI Director James Comey, calling the Harvard Law professors analysis on Fox News a must watch interview.
President Trump used his weekend tweets to attack the Justice Department, the FBI and James B. Comey, the FBI director he fired in May, and a few others too. TOP STORIES Trump Gives a Tweet-Lashing Over Flynn President Trump didn’t immediately respond to the news that his former national security...
President Donald Trump launched yet another blistering attack on the integrity of the FBI on Sunday, saying the agency's reputation was in "tatters". In a series of remarks on Twitter, Mr Trump also took aim at former director James...Show More Summary
FLYNN GUILTY PLEA President Trump denied that he pressured or asked former FBI director James Comey to investigate his former national security adviser Mike Flynn. On Friday, Flynn entered a guilty plea, admitting that he had made false statements to the FBI. http://cvote.it/2AH5lXn HUGE MEDIA MISTAKE ABC News suspends Brian Ross for four weeks without pay over his [...]
(Paul Mirengoff) The next time you hear a tall man shouting Bible verses on the sidewalk, take a close look. It might be James Comey. Here is what the former FBI director tweeted following the news about Michael Flynn’s plea: But [let] justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream” Amos 5:24. Show More Summary
A group of FBI agents pushed back on President Donald Trump's tweets slamming the FBI on Sunday. Former FBI director James Comey also fired back at Trump after he accused Comey of lying. Trump said earlier on Sunday that the FBI's reputation...Show More Summary