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Former FBI Director James Comey donated $2,700 to the Democratic challenger looking to unseat Republican Rep. Barbara Comstock in Virginia. [Read More]
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Getty At Jeff Sessions's urging, Trump nominated Rod Rosenstein to be deputy attorney general in early February. He was confirmed in April, just as the president's relationship with Comey was turning toxic. The FBI director's standing deteriorated further on May 3, when Comey vigorously defended his handling of the Clinton email investigation in an appearance before the Senate Judiciary Committee. While Comey was always seen as somewhat sanctimonious, his refusal to accept the possibility that he had made a grievous mistake infuriated Democrats and vexed his new Justice Department bosses, Sessions and Rosenstein. His failure during the hearing to... [Read More]
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Nikki Haley, the US ambassador to the United Nations, announced on Oct. 9th she intended to resign from her position at the end of 2018 in an Oval Office press conference with President Donald Trump. The administration has been rocked by high-profile departures — including Reince Priebus as chief of staff and James Comey as FBI director — since Trump took office in January 2017. Here are all the top-level people who've either been fired or resigned from the administration, and why they left: SEE ALSO: Trump's staff turnover is higher than any administration in modern... [Read More]
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White House counsel Don McGahn left the Trump administration on Wednesday after a tumultuous 21-month tenure, a source close to the administration told Business Insider on October 17. The administration has been rocked by high-profile departures — including Reince Priebus as chief of staff and James Comey as FBI director — since Trump took office in January 2017. Here are all the top-level people who've either been fired or resigned from the administration, and why they left: SEE ALSO: Trump's staff turnover is higher than any administration in modern history DON'T MISS: MEET THE CABINET: Here's... [Read More]
Former FBI Director James Comey gave to Wexton, who is challenging Rep. Comstock... [Read More]
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On Monday night, former FBI Director James Comey addressed a packed room at UConn. [Read More]
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Former FBI Director James Comey wasted no time Monday night during a speech at the University of Connecticut in talking about his firing by President... [Read More]
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Former FBI Director James Comey, greeted like a conquering hero on the UConn campus Monday night, said that when President Donald Trump fired him last year, he felt as if he had been pushed off a speeding train. But after the shock of watching the TV announcement in the Los Angeles bureau of the FBI, and flying back East in an agency airplane - sipping wine from a paper cup - Comey said that his saving grace was a set of values. He warned that Trump is a threat, a literal "forest fire," which, fortunately, is... [Read More]
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Former FBI director James Comey is speaking at the UConn campus on Monday. [Read More]
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James Comey, whose handling of some of the FBI's most delicate political investigations earned him the ire of President Donald Trump and Democratic Party leadership alike, is speaking at the Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts at 7 p.m., with a question and answer system afterwards. [Read More]
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James Comey, the former FBI director who was fired by President Donald J. Trump last May, spoke at UConn Monday evening. [Read More]
Former FBI Director James Comey ushers in the 2018-19 season of the Lesley University Boston Speakers Series with a lecture focused on ethical leadership... [Read More]
President Trump said Thursday that his political rival Hillary Clinton should have been "taken right off the campaign" and thrown in jail back in 2016. "The Democrats hated Comey more than any human being," Mr. Trump said on Fox News, referring to former FBI Director James B. Comey. "He actually ... [Read More]
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In the aftermath of James Comey's firing as FBI director in May 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had a heated confrontation about who should recuse themselves from the Russia investigation in front of special counsel Robert Mueller, according to a source briefed on the matter. [Read More]
In the aftermath of James Comey's firing as FBI director in May 2017, Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe had a heated confrontation about who should recuse themselves from the Russia investigation in front of special counsel Robert Mueller, according to a source briefed on the matter. [Read More]
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Deputy attorney general Rod Rosenstein and former FBI deputy director Andrew McCabe reportedly had a tense standoff after Robert Mueller was appointed as special counsel for the Russia investigation. The two men reportedly urged each other to recuse themselves from the Russia probe. During one exchange, Rosenstein is said to have pointed to a picture of McCabe wearing a political campaign T-shirt supporting his wife's run for Virginia state Senate. McCabe in turn criticized Rosenstein and pointed to a memo he wrote for President Donald Trump, in which he criticized FBI Director James Comey and added justification for Trump's... [Read More]
Shortly after Robert Mueller III was appointed to investigate possible coordination between President Donald Trump's campaign and the Kremlin, he was drawn into a tense standoff in which Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein and then-acting FBI director Andrew McCabe each urged the other to step aside from the case, according to people familiar with the matter. At the time of the confrontation in mid-May 2017, tensions were running high at the FBI and Justice Department, and between Rosenstein and McCabe. Trump had just fired James Comey as the bureau's director, and almost immediately afterward, FBI officials had opened a... [Read More]
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forme Political book sales have jumped 57% this year, according to data from bookseller Barnes & Noble. State-specific data show that customers are divided along party lines on whether they prefer critical or favorable books on President Donald Trump. With only five exceptions, customers' tastes aligned with their states' votes in the 2016 presidential election. "Fear: Trump in the White House" was Barnes & Noble's fastest-selling title in over three years, selling more than one copy per second on its release day. Political book sales reached record highs in 2018, but customers are... [Read More]
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