Trump 'morally unfit to be president,' Comey says in TV interview

President Trump Lashes Out Again at'Slimeball James Comey on TwitterMore

President Trump Lashes Out Again at'Slimeball James Comey on TwitterMore

Former FBI director James Comey's almost five-hour interview with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos is raising concerns among veteran members of the FBI, three veterans tell The Daily Caller.

Former FBI Director James Comey might drive President Donald Trump into a meltdown, according to Axios founder Mike Allen.

Trump fired off a series of tweets ahead of Comey's first interview on the book, which offers his version of the events surrounding his firing as FBI director by Trump and the investigations into Russian election meddling and Hillary Clinton's email practices.

"3 presidents are in my book: 2 help illustrate the values at the heart of ethical leadership; 1 serves as a counterpoint", he wrote. Comey writes that Trump is "ego-driven and about personal loyalty", going on to compare him to a mafia boss who demands loyalty.

As the reviews on Comey's tell-all began to pour in, Trump immediately fired back on Twitter, calling the man an "untruthful slimeball" and intimating that he should be jailed for his actions at the helm of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

This week's edition of the latter featured none other than James Comey, the former FBI director who was sacked by POTUS after he failed to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.

Comey also told ABC News that he knew the investigation into former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's use of a private email server was going to present a "no-win situation" for him.

It was important the pressure for ending the investigation was issued in a phone call and not in a written document, former FBI assistant Director Ronald Hosko told TheDCNF.

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He says he knows that's a "stunning" possibility and something that he never thought he'd say about a president of the United States.

"To me that kind of salacious commentary diminishes Jim Comey, raises more questions about his true desire here", Hosko continued.

Trump provided no evidence of a crime and Comey has not been accused of wrongdoing by legal authorities. Clinton herself has pointed to Comey's actions in explaining her presidential election loss. "I think there's nobody else who engenders so much bipartisan hatred as James Comey", Halper said.

Along with the jacket - a subtle navy plaid, but plaid nonetheless - and lack of tie, the ousted intelligence director projected a relatively casual air across from ABC chief anchor George Stephanopolous.

Conway also complained to Stephanopoulos that Comey was given a "free commercial" to urge viewers to vote against Trump. "He was very emotional and said he had seen the news and that he meant to resign because he wouldn't work for people who would treat someone like me in such a dishonorable way and that he was gonna quit".

When asked by Stephanopoulos if Obama was trying to "color the case" against Clinton, Comey said "I don't know".

If Mr Trump's presidency is brought down by the Special Counsel investigation that Mr Comey's ouster triggered, that assessment will be hard to argue with. "So on the one hand you're inclined to like him automatically-or at least I am because I'm contrarian like that-but on the other hand, he's so self-aggrandizing and so self-righteous and such a moralizer that I think he really does a disservice to both himself and the institutions that he ostensively used to represent".

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