Comey is promoting a new book - and incurring Trump's wrath as he does.
POTUS also tweet-ranted, "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".
Dr. Miller: I think Comey's reasoning is pretty clear: he wants to fix his tarnished reputation... tarnished among both the Democrats and the Republicans.
Despite support for penalizing Russian Federation, 52 percent of adults say Trump should invite Vladimir Putin to the White House in an effort to improve U.S. -Russia relations, while 42 percent say Trump should not do so, because it would grant Putin legitimacy.
"We wake up in the morning and see the president of the United States is accusing people of crimes without evidence and pronouncing them guilty and saying they should be in jail", he said.
In fact, more tangential stories like Comey's revelation that the White House chief of staff John Kelly called the president's firing of Comey "dishonorable" could have "the potential to actually affect some staffing decisions and policies", said Markay.
Trump fired Comey in May 2017. "I would explain to these bright young lawyers that, like all great gifts, this one comes with a responsibility, a solemn obligation to guard and protect that reservoir and pass it on to those who follow as full as you received it, and maybe even fuller".
It was a hard task for the producers and editors - but they conveyed Comey's complex decision-making as Federal Bureau of Investigation director and his complicated feelings about President Donald Trump, who fired him last May.
During the tax cut roundtable in Hialeah, Fla., Trump praised the missile attack, claiming that "every single one hit its target". "I just thought it was a weird enough experience for me to be talking to the incoming president of the United States about prostitutes in a hotel in Moscow".
There's the damaging conclusions that a professional measurer-of-men has come to; that the President is "untethered to the truth" and unfit to serve. As Robert Mueller's investigation into Russia's role in the 2016 election continues, pundits predict that any legal action against Trump would be an obstruction of justice charge corroborated by Comey's testimony about the Flynn investigation. "I suspect his apparent inability to do so is roouted in deep insecurity, his inability to be vulnerable or to risk himself by appreciating the humor of others, which, on reflection, is really very sad in a leader, and a little scary in a president".
China announces anti-dumping measures on U.S. sorghum
It was the third-straight quarter for 6.8 percent growth year-on-year and fueled in part by a widening trade gap with the U.S. Since then, Trump has threatened to raise duties on up to $150 billion of Chinese goods in a dispute over technology policy.
NASCAR at Bristol: Rain postpones Food City 500 until Monday
Larson's speed of 129.004 miles per hour put his No. 42 Chevrolet at the top of the scoring pylon in Saturday's opening session. Busch, who had qualified second, hit the inside wall on the backstretch and damaged the front end of his Ford.
Facebook updates with post on logged-out data collection
Now it restricts apps from accessing users' personal data if the app has not been used by them for more than three months. With Facebook Analytics, websites and apps can better understand how its audience make use of their services.
Syrian Canadians express mixed reactions to US-led airstrikes
But by Monday, the team had still not been granted safe passage, according to the United Kingdom envoy to the OPCW, Peter Wilson. The group has shared with Freeland a report on international-law violations against children in the Syrian conflict.