James Comey was feeling the heat from both sides of the aisle on Sunday.  Hours before ABC was set to air James Comey’s first interview since he was fired as FBI Director, and two days before the release of his tell-all book which has the establishment media all abuzz, President Trump on Sunday unleashed a blistering twitter attack on Comey, calling him a “slimeball,” and adding that it was his “honor” to fire him.

The President called Comey a “terrible” FBI Director and said Comey’s investigation into the “Crooked Hillary” emails was “one of the worst botch jobs of history.”

While Trump’s venom against Comey was not unexpected, the severe criticism of the former FBI Director by a veteran Clinton loyalist puts in perspective the full spectrum of animosity toward the former FBI Director.  Lest we forget, before he was embraced by Democrats for refusing to cooperate with Trump, Comey was vilified by the left for re-opening the Clinton email investigation in the waning days of the 2016 presidential campaign.

In a remarkable excerpt from the upcoming 20/20 interview, Comey admits to “operating in a world where Hillary Clinton was going to beat Donald Trump.”  Lanny Davis, longtime Clinton operative who is widely viewed as a straight shooter and recently authored a book entitled The Unmaking of the President 2016: How FBI Director James Comey Cost Hillary Clinton the Presidency, called Comey a narcissist and said it is “disgusting” that Comey placed himself “above the law.”  Watch here:


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Tim Donner

Washington Political Columnist at LibertyNation.com

Tim is a radio talk show host, former candidate for the U.S. Senate, and longtime entrepreneur, Conservatarian policy advocate, and broadcast journalist. He is Founder and President of One Generation Away, LN’s parent organization.

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