WASHINGTON — If the firing of FBI Director James Comey has taught the country anything, it’s that a president has broad constitutional powers to dismiss the head of just about any federal agency he’d like. One independent agency that’s bucking the trend is the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, long championed by Sen. Show More Summary
Former FBI Director James Comey, who was fired by President Trump, has agreed to speak at an open Senate Intelligence Committee hearing, which will take place after Memorial Day. Read more Comments
Donald Trump should be worried about James Comey, a friend of the former FBI director has claimed. "I thought it was interesting and very telling that he declined an opportunity to tell his story in private," Benjamin Wittes, a self-proclaimed confidant of the ex-FBI director, said. “I think if I were Donald Trump that would scare me a lot,” he added.
A secret document that officials say played a key role in then-FBI Director James B. Comey's handling of the Hillary Clinton email investigation has long been viewed within the FBI as unreliable and possibly a fake, according to people familiar with its contents. Show More Summary
Senator Dianne Feinstein, the top Democrat on the Senate Judiciary Committee, doubled down Wednesday on her call for former FBI director James Comey to testify before the committee. Continue reading ? The post Feinstein confident Senate will see Comey’s memos appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
As part of Wednesday's late day bombshell dump, the Washington Post has revealed that former FBI Director James Comey’s decision to unilaterally announce the closure of the investigation into whether Hillary Clinton intentionally mishandled...Show More Summary
President Donald Trump is reportedly no longer considering former Senator Joe Lieberman as a possible replacement for fired FBI director James Comey. While concerns about Lieberman’s lack of law enforcement experience and his ties to a law firm that has done business on Trump’s behalf...
Fox News reports: American voters disagree with President Trump’s firing of FBI Director James Comey, think the dismissal was for self-serving reasons, and approve of a special counsel being appointed to investigate Russian government efforts to influence the election and the Trump campaign. Show More Summary
After former FBI Director James Comey accused presidential candidate Hillary Clinton of being "extremely careless" with sensitive intelligence last year, congressional Republicans were so concerned they jumped to action—introducing a...Show More Summary
A dubious Russian intelligence document that purported to show coordination between Hillary Clinton and the U.S. Justice Department, and prompted former FBI Director James Comey to disclose the bureau’s investigation into Clinton’s emails, was “bad intelligence” and “possibly even fake,” the...
As it stands today, former FBI Director James Comey may just provide the key testimony that points the Trump regime toward the exit. That’s fine. But it shouldn’t be forgotten how we came to this point in the story. From his ludicrous,...Show More Summary
But his intel. The Washington Post has a bombshell report out today on how the Russians may have hoaxed former FBI director James B. Comey into his public statement on the Hillary Clinton "but her emails" investigation, which helped swing the election in Donald Trump's favor. (more…)
According to a new report, former FBI Director James Comey's public communications during the election about the Hillary Clinton email probe were influenced by a fake Russian intelligence document. Of course.Karoun Demirjian and Devlin...Show More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan isn't on board with President Trump's assessment that former FBI Director James Comey is a "nutjob."
House Speaker Paul Ryan on Wednesday pushed back on President Donald Trump's characterization of former FBI director James Comey as a "nut job." " Yeah, I don't agree with that," Ryan told Axios' Mike Allen on Wednesday. "And he's not." Trump...Show More Summary
(WASHINGTON) — Breaking with President Donald Trump, House Speaker Paul Ryan said Wednesday he rejects Trump’s assessment that former FBI Director James Comey is a “nut job.” “Yeah, I don’t agree with that. And he’s not,” Ryan, R-Wis., told the Axios website. Ryan said he likes Comey, who was fired by Trump two weeks ago…
WASHINGTON (AP) — House Speaker Paul Ryan says he disagrees with President Donald Trump's assessment that former FBI Director James Comey is a "nut job." Ryan, who's frequently disagreed with the president, says he works well with Trump and that Trump's best quality is his energy and his engagement.
The White House is resetting its search to replace ousted FBI Director James Comey, a senior administration official told CNN Wednesday. Just last week, prior to embarking on his first foreign trip as president, Donald Trump said heShow More Summary
House Speaker Paul Ryan says he disagrees with President Donald Trump's assessment that former FBI Director James Comey is a "nut job." Ryan tells the Axios website, "Yeah, I don't … Click to Continue »
As questions continue over President Trump's firing of FBI Director James Comey and whether Trump tried to influence the Russia investigation, some have raised the notion that the president obstructed justice. Yahoo News and Finance Anchor Bianna Golodryga takes a look at the legal meaning of the term.