Trump Responds To 'Disgruntled' Comey Interview: He 'Committed Many Crimes!'

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In his Monday morning tweet, Trump accused Comey and McCabe of committing "many crimes".

The poll also revealed that 49 percent of voters say a special prosecutor should be named to investigate whether senior FBI officials under then-Director Comey handled the investigations of Hillary Clinton and Trump in a legal and unbiased fashion during the 2016 presidential campaign and subsequent transition, the release said. Clinton, in part, blames Comeys handling of the email case for her not winning the presidency.

Comey drafted the Crooked Hillary exoneration long before he talked to her (lied in Congress to Senator G), then based his decisions on her poll numbers.

During the much-anticipated television interview that marks the official start of a nationwide tour to promote his new memoir "A Higher Loyalty", Comey acknowledged that even on Election Night, he expected Clinton would defeat Trump. Disgruntled, he, McCabe, and the others, committed many crimes!

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President Donald Trump took stark aim at former Federal Bureau of Investigation director and deputy director Andrew McCabe in a Monday morning tweet.

The FBI director, who until his sacking last May led an investigation into possible ties between Russian Federation and the Trump campaign, acknowledged that it was "stunning" to think that Russian Federation could hold damaging information about an American president.

In his tweet, Trump was likely referencing Sen. Comey, he wrote, "is not smart!", adding he "will go down as the WORST FBI Director in history, by far!"

As Trump and Comey trade insults and differing accounts of events in which both were involved, the public, so far at least, is siding with the fired Federal Bureau of Investigation director. "That's up from 41 percent last June following Comey's admission under oath to a US Senate committee that he leaked memos of his private meetings with [President Donald] Trump as Federal Bureau of Investigation director to The New York Times through a friend", a press release summarizing the poll said.

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