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Former FBI Director James Comey appeared with Conan O'Brien last night and addressed President Trump's claims of "SpyGate." [Read More]
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Oh no there's now a video of James Comey just-barely singing Beyoncé's "Sandcastles." The former FBI director recently guested on Conan to talk about his new memoir A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, And Leadership, a book that details his time spent working under the Obama and Trump administrations. It also details the time he sang…... [Read More]
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Former U.S. FBI Director James Comey said that social media companies needed to "worry" about foreign political propaganda on their networks, but he had few ideas on how to counter it. In an interview with Reuters, Comey also said he would be leery of the Federal Bureau of Investigation trying to track propaganda in the United States, let alone take action against it, while acknowledging that it was a major problem for the U.S. political system. "I don't have a great answer for them," Comey said of social media companies including Facebook and Twitter, which... [Read More]
I was honored to be asked by the student leaders of the University of Chicago Legal Forum to give this keynote, and thrilled, really, to be back home. Hyde Park has changed so much and in so many good ways. I admit to feeling sad about the demise of Ribs and Bibs, though. The food was not always great, but the sniffs were incomparable. I have thought a great deal about what I wanted to say today. My primary goal was to emphasize the hard work-great work-that I, along with ten other colleagues who range from police chiefs to... [Read More]
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The former FBI director recently guested on Conan to talk about his new memoir, which details the time he sang a lyric from Beyoncé's "Sandcastles." [Read More]
TBS In addition to planning his doomed summit with North Korean dictator Kim Jong Un, whipping up hysteria over the brutal gang MS-13, and stoking the flames of a culture war over NFL players' peaceful protests against police brutality, President Donald Trump has seemingly dedicated much of his attention of late to what he's dubbed "SPYGATE" (caps his). And no, we're not talking about the outing of CIA agent Valerie Plame or the New England Patriots' spying on their opponents, we're talking about a conspiracy theory of the president's that appears to allege the Obama administration, including his... [Read More]
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Former FBI Director James Comey tells Conan O'Brien that President Trump's recent claims of "spying" on his 2016 campaign are not possible. [Read More]
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Former FBI Director James Comey said late Thursday that claims by President Trump and his allies that the FBI improperly spied on his presidential campaign were made up.

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Former U.S. FBI Director James Comey said that social media companies needed to "worry" about foreign political propaganda on their networks, but he had few ideas on how to counter it. [Read More]
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US President Donald Trump took fresh aim on Thursday (Friday NZ Time) at former FBI director James Comey, writing on Twitter that the man he fired last year was "a terrible and corrupt leader who inflicted great pain" on his agency. [Read More]
No one could accuse Donald Trump's presidency of being boring. The first hundred days have careened wildly through scandals, revelations, outrages, and fracturing of political norms. Because Donald Trump is very unpopular, and because he regularly does things that his opponents consider outrageous, his critics have begun to describe his actions as creating or precipitating a "constitutional crisis," especially following his first executive order limiting entry into the United States, and again after his firing of FBI director James Comey. [Read More]
In a Fox and Friends interview, President Donald Trump praised the NFL for its new policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem and renewed his criticism on former FBI Director James Comey, referring to him as a "bad apple." (May 24)        ... [Read More]
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In a Fox and Friends interview, President Donald Trump praised the NFL for its new policy requiring players to stand during the national anthem and renewed his criticism on former FBI Director James Comey, referring to him as a "bad apple." (May 24)        ... [Read More]
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The dam continues to break on allegations of spying on the Trump campaign and the list of former officials who have been shown to be liars gets longer and longer. The person who most painted himself into a corner based on his former statements is likely James Clapper, who definitively said there was no surveillance of the Trump campaign last year. Now he admits it, |... [Read More]
In addition to suggesting NFL players who kneel during the national anthem be deported, President Donald Trump took to Fox & Friends this morning to swat down former FBI Director James Comey's response to Trump tweets calling the FBI and DOJ criminal enterprises. "How is he going to explain to his grandchildren all of the lies, the deceit, all of the problems he's caused for this country," Trump said this morning of Comey, in a pre-taped interview. "I think a thing that…... [Read More]
In an exclusive interview with Fox and Friends, the President spoke about border control, North Korea, and defended his choice to fire former FBI Director James Comey.        ... [Read More]
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President Trump said Thursday that his firing of FBI Director James Comey will go down as a "very good thing" for the country after Comey attacked Trump over his treatment of FBI agents. ... [Read More]
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President Donald Trump says that the FBI is a "fantastic institution" but that "some of the people at the top were rotten apples." He says, "James Comey was one of them.". [Read More]
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President Donald Trump says that the FBI is a "fantastic institution" but that "some of the people at the top were rotten apples." He says, "James Comey was one of them.". [Read More]
President Donald Trump responded to a tweet by former FBI Director James Comey's saying Trump's attacks on the FBI will do "lasting damage" to the US. Trump called him a "rotten apple" and celebrating firing him last year. Comey tweeted on Wednesday to defend the FBI after Trump accused the bureau of spying on his campaign. Trump has accused Comey of having a bias against his campaign and taking steps to protect the Clintons in the past. President Donald Trump responded to former FBI Director James Comey's tweet saying Trump's attacks on the FBI will... [Read More]
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