Here is a timeline of the actions of and interactions between Donald Trump and James Comey leading up to Thursday’s much-anticipated Senate hearing.
by Rich Smith I've got one question for you, Mr. Comey: Where. Is. The. Pee pee tape?! ZACH GIBSON / STRINGER Last month Donald Trump fired "nut job" James Comey as FBI director for "this Russia thing," but only after asking him to end the bureau's investigation into former national security advisor and Turkish lobbyist Michael Flynn. Show More Summary
Is there a working woman alive who cannot identify with poor James Comey right now? The former FBI director’s boss tried to seduce him. When the seduction failed, his boss fired him. And then called him “crazy, a real nut job.” Hell hath no fury like a scorned President Trump. When you are the...
Comey is set to testify on how he went from having Trump’s “respect” to being dismissed as a “nut job” in less than a year.
Discussion of President Trump’s dismissal of James Comey as head of the FBI hasn’t died down yet. The Speaker of the House weighed in on Comey today.
Chris Cuomo, the liberal co-host of the Cable News Network weekday morning New Day program, got into a hostile debate with Matt Schlapp, chairman of the American Conservative Union, on Wednesday regarding whether President Donald Trump should have called former Federal Bureau of Investigation Director James Comey “a nut job.”
"Yeah, I don't agree with that," Ryan responded. "And he's not."
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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.
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 »
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.”
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“I just fired the head of the FBI,” President Trump said to Russian envoys this month, according to the New York Times. “He was crazy, a real nut job.” The remark says more about the president’s temperament than former FBI Director James B. Comey’s. Say what you will about Comey, he does not seem unbalanced. […]
Who said it? 1. “Former Director Comey is no way shape or form a ‘nut job.’ ” 2. “There may be quite a few people that may have some problems with the law.” 3. “I — honestly, I cannot explain a lot of the president’s actions. I don’t think it was a wise thing to […]
Not satisfied with sourcing anonymous people familiar with the matter of Comey's feelings about Trump's "influence" over investigations, CNN is now asking fired former FBI Director Comey's 86-year-old dad how he feels... In a phone interview with CNN on Saturday, J. Show More Summary
National Security Adviser H.R. McMaster said Sunday he doesn’t really remember what President Donald Trump said in a meeting with Russian officials earlier this month. McMaster was in the infamous Oval Office meeting with the president and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the U.S. Show More Summary