Comey’s Higher Loyalty Was to Barack Obama

U.S. President Barack Obama looks on as Judge John Walker swears in new FBI director James Comey at the FBI headquarters in Washington on Oct. 28, 2013.

Comey’s Higher Loyalty Was to Barack Obama

Listen to the April 17, 2018, episode of the Trumpet Daily Radio Show.

In a recent interview with abc, James Comey spent roughly five hours talking about his time as fbi director under former President Barack Obama and the few months he spent under President Donald Trump. Comey’s new book, A Higher Loyalty, is supposed to be about his impartiality and respect for law. In his interview, Comey revealed where his loyalties really are. The “non-partisan” fbi director told outgoing President Obama “how much I’m going to miss you,” and then told him that he dreaded the “next four years.” Comey had it in for President-elect Trump long before their first meeting. On today’s program, I go through Comey’s recent interview and talk about how it reveals Obama’s long-lasting legacy within the “deep state.”

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