If anything, Comey's statement raises more concerns and questions about Trump's inappropriate conduct.
Former FBI Director James Comey's opening statement for Senate Intel tomorrow includes President Trump demanding, “I need loyalty, I expect loyalty.”
Trump wished Comey luck before the former FBI Director's Senate testimony, but it isn't James Comey who needs luck. It's Donald Trump.
Comey is going to do something worse for Trump than accusing him of obstruction of justice. The former FBI Director is going to refute Trump's claims and share his concerns about the President.
As the anxious president self-destructs via social media, CBS, NBC, ABC, and Fox networks are all planning live coverage of James Comey's congressional testimony.
The White House has announced that Trump won't assert executive privilege and block James Comey from testifying in front of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
A troubling new report says that James Comey may have intervened in the 2016 presidential election because he was misled by fake Russian document about an agreement between the Clinton campaign and the Department of Justice on whether or not Hillary Clinton revealed classified information with her use of e
“I’m convinced that he’s nuts. I thought he belonged in an institution. He was crazy before he became president. Now he’s really crazy.”
Holding the president accountable for trying to block an investigation – a criminal act – doesn't jive well with Trump's supporters.
James Comey will testify that Donald Trump intended to interfere with the Russia investigation. His testimony will blow up the main defense that Republicans have been using that the President wasn't trying to interfere with the investigation when he met with former FBI Director.
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.
Democratic House Leader Rep. Nancy Pelosi made a move to tie Speaker of the House Paul Ryan to the Russia scandal by requesting that Ryan insists that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein brief the House on the Comey firing.
After being personally attacked and smeared by the Trump administration, former FBI Director James Comey says that he will testify, but only if the hearing is in public.
Anyone who pays attention knew a Friday morning twitter tantrum was imminent. For while Trump prides himself for his ability to use the element of surprise, there are two things for which he is so predictable it must sting his fragile ego. Trump will obsess over media coverage of him and when the coverage isn’t favorable he’ll tweet that it’s fake news. In Trumpland, the emperor decides what is true and what isn’t. Anything that makes Trump look good is “true” anything that shows him how he really is, is not.
The Trump lies are falling fast as former DNI James Clapper debunked Trump's story of dinner with James Comey. According to Clapper, it was Trump who asked Comey to dinner, and Comey was reluctant to go, and this is important because it suggests that Trump's true motive for the dinner was obstruction of justice.
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.
"We're fiddling while Rome is burning. This president needs to be impeached. I believe that."
During an interview with NBC Nightly News anchor Lester Holt, Trump admitted that the reasoning his own White House gave for the firing of James Comey was a lie.
"This is what I call a Paul Revere moment. ... The Russians are attacking our country and they will come again."