During Senate testimony, FBI Director Christopher Wray said that he has no evidence that the Trump campaign was spied on.
Former FBI Director James Comey on Tuesday said “history has its eyes on us” and encouraged Americans to vote for Democrats in the upcoming midterm elections.
Comey posted a tweet urging Americans to turn away from Republican candidates this November.
Sadly, this near-constitutional crisis the country finds itself in was largely caused by Comey's own actions as FBI director during the 2016 election
The pressure Trump and Sessions put on Wray is a sign that they are worried about the growing obstruction of justice case.
The case for obstruction of justice against this president continues to grow, and it may have just reached a point of no return.
Trump is desperately spewing nonsense because he knows he has no credibility – and because, with each passing day, the obstruction of justice case against him builds a little bit more.
Former FBI Director James Comey's opening statement for Senate Intel tomorrow includes President Trump demanding, “I need loyalty, I expect loyalty.”
Donald Trump is wrecking the interviews of candidates to be the FBI Director by limiting them to 10-20 minutes where he spends the meetings talking about himself or appearing distracted.
James Comey almost took desperate measures to avoid being noticed by Donald Trump.
Donald Trump knows that the longer this investigation goes on, the more likely it is that he will be forced out of office.
The firing appears to be the first step in Trump's long-term goal of turning the FBI into an extension of his own political operation.
"While investigations typically continue after a FBI director steps down, a director who is sympathetic or friendly to Trump could easily drag out the FBI probe."
FBI Director James Comey told lawmakers on Thursday that Democratic presidential candidate Hillary Clinton did not lie to the FBI about her handling of emails as secretary of state and did not break the law.