Comey recalls Trump's reaction to dossier

Comey recalls Trump's reaction to dossier

Comey recalls Trump's reaction to dossier

"No one is above that rule of law system". Sessions' recusal from the Russian Federation investigation led to Rosenstein appointing Mueller.

Trump has denied any collusion, but the Russian Federation probe has been an open sore on his presidency.

In his morning tweets, Trump accused Comey of leaking classified intelligence and of mishandling the 2016 investigation of the private emails of former secretary of State Hillary Clinton, his election opponent.

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"'Comey has a long history of misstatements and misconduct, ' including damage caused to the Federal Bureau of Investigation because of 'bizarre decisions, contradictory statements and acting against Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigation protocol'". In the book, Comey compares Trump to a mob boss who demands loyalty from all those around him, even if it means twisting the truth. Major media outlets, including CNN, obtained copies of the book this week and quickly published reports on its scathing and unsparingly critical depictions of the President.

Donald Trump and James Comey Getty Images Trump also brought up the now-infamous meeting between former Attorney General Loretta Lynch and former President Bill Clinton on an airport tarmac at the height of the Clinton email probe.

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"It's nearly like Comey wrote some of the stuff in the book just to get under Trump's skin and goad him into saying something outrageous", said the former official.

A poll out Friday found that Comey was seen as more believable than Trump.

Moscow has repeatedly denied that it interfered in the 2016 campaign in hopes of tilting the election in Trump's favor. The dossier alleged that Kremlin had a tape of the dirty deed.

Washington national security lawyer Bradley Moss said Comey's claim to the moral high ground has always been weak.

"And I remember thinking", said Comey, "'How could your wife think there's a one percent chance you were with prostitutes peeing on each other in Moscow?'.What kind of marriage to what kind of man does your wife think [that] there's only a 99 percent chance you didn't do that?" I want you to know that nothing - nothing - has happened in the previous year to change my view.' On the verge of tears, Comey told Obama, 'Boy, were those words I needed to hear.

Trump's tweets came just hours before Comey's first TV interview, with ABC News' George Stephanopoulos, was set to air on Sunday evening.

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Comey was asked if he believed the allegations in the Russian Federation dossier.

She adds: "I think it's very clear that Comey has a credibility problem".

"As far as I know, " Ryan replied.

The book also includes strikingly personal jabs at Trump that appear created to irritate the president. The loyalty oaths. The us-versus-them worldview.

What struck him most, Comey told ABC, was that the conversation moved straight into a public relations mode, what they could say and how they would position Trump.

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