In public, leading Democrats blame outside forces like Russia and former FBI Director James Comey for their losses in 2016. But privately, many acknowledge the party needs a new direction. The Democrats’ massive losses at state and congressional levels cannot be blamed on WikiLeaks, Comey or even Trump. Show More Summary
Oklahoma Congressman Steve Russell says he wants to chair the U.S. House committee that has been poised to investigate President Donald Trump's firing of FBI director James Comey. Russell said … Click to Continue »
While President Trump has taken a lot of heat for firing FBI Director James Comey -- and polling shows people think it was the wrong move -- it turns out Trump is more popular with the American public than Comey. Read more... Permalink | Email this | Linking Blogs | Comments
Last week, White House aides originally tried to dismiss the conversation in which Donald Trump urged former FBI director James Comey to end his Michael Flynn probe as simply Trump being Trump—that's just the way he speaks, one senior official said. Show More Summary
John Brennan is testifying before the House Intelligence Committee on Russia after former FBI Director James Comey testified about the federal investigation in March
Guest post by Joe Hoft Former FBI Director James Comey who was fired by President Donald Trump earlier this month... The post Comey Cancels Wednesday Hearing with House So He Can Talk to FBI Predecessor Mueller Who’s Heading Russia Probe appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
Former FBI Director James Comey had lower job approval ratings than that of President Donald Trump in the latest Harvard-Harris Poll, the Hill reported Monday. The president fired Comey on May 9 over his handling of the investigation into Democrat Hillary Clinton’s email scandal. According to the...
The Fact Checker earlier produced a timeline on the firing of Michael Flynn, the former national security adviser. Now that story has merged with President Trump’s firing of FBI director James B. Comey. Below is a new timeline, incorporating some elements of the Flynn timeline. Key aspects of the Trump and Comey interactions remain in […]
Donald Trump’s impeachment has gained momentum with over 1 million people signing the online petition. The tensions have increased since the firing of FBI director James Comey. The Russian investigation memo has revealed that the president...Show More Summary
With the investigation into possible ties between Russia and the Donald Trump presidential campaign accelerating, and Trump himself firing FBI Director James Comey in a move that many on Capitol Hill have deemed an attempt to obstruct justice, talk of Trump’s impeachment has suddenly moved from the fringes of political debate into the mainstream. Show More Summary
According to the Washington Post, James Comey wasn't the only person that President Trump pressured regarding the FBI's Russia investigation: Trump made separate appeals to the director of national intelligence, Daniel Coats, and to Adm. Show More Summary
Donald Trump asked two top intelligence officials to push back against former FBI Director James Comey’s revelation of an ongoing investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian operatives, the Washington Post reports. Trump appealed to both Director of National...
Former FBI Director James Comey is delaying an appearance before the U.S. House Oversight Committee that had been planned for Wednesday, the panel’s chairman said on Monday. In a post on Twitter, Chairman Jason Chaffetz, who will step down from his seat in Congress in June, said he had spoken...
Fired FBI director James Comey had been scheduled to testify this Wedneday on the circumstances surrounding his firing. Now that’s not going to happen: House Oversight chair Jason Chaffetz confirmed that the hearing is being postponed,...Show More Summary
The former FBI Director had been slated to testify on Wednesday
James Comey’s friend Benjamin Wittes, who made headlines last week when he talked and wrote about Comey, made further comments in an interview today.
President Trump called the FBI director, James B. Comey, weeks after he took office and asked him when federal authorities were going to put out word that Trump was not personally under investigation, according to two people briefed on the call. Show More Summary
The New York Times has an extended look at Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and his role in the firing of FBI Director James Comey. Mr. Rosenstein, sworn in on April 26, could hardly have predicted the speed at which he would become embroiled in a high-stakes drama at the uppermost echelons of government. Show More Summary
On Monday's CNN Newsroom, pro-Trump pundit Jeffrey Lord predictably defended the President's reported "nut job" insult of former FBI Director James Comey.
Sen. Dianne Feinstein responded to reports that President Trump called former FBI Director James Comey a “nut job” on Sunday: “This is a horrible thing for a president to say.”