Comey Thinks Rosenstein ‘Acted Dishonorably’

DC: Former FBI Director James Comey said Sunday he believes Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein “acted dishonorably” when he wrote the damning memorandum that claimed Comey mishandled the Clinton email investigation.

Comey told ABC News’ George Stephanopoulos that Rosenstein wasn’t right to release that narrative before President Donald Trump fired him.

“The deputy attorney general, in my view, had acted dishonorably by putting out this pretext about why I was fired,” Comey said Sunday.

“Almost everyone agrees that the Director made serious mistakes; it is one of the few issues that unites people of diverse perspectives. The way (Comey) handled the conclusion of the email investigation was wrong,” Rosenstein wrote. “As a result, the FBI is unlikely to regain public and congressional trust until it has a Director who understands the gravity of the mistakes and pledges never to repeat them.”

The former FBI director also said the president and his team operate like a mafia family.

“He’s part of the family now. I can’t trust him,” Comey said. MORE

14 Comments on Comey Thinks Rosenstein ‘Acted Dishonorably’

  1. Comey’s ego is on par with Obama’s.
    How dare anyone say anything other than fawning praises.
    Welcome to real life Jimmy.




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  2. But Comey says he was dishonorable,
    And Comey is an honorable man.
    So are they all, all honorable men.




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  3. I confess to a happy vision of a tall Luca Brasi type running into comey on a NY street and repeatedly slamming his face with a garbage can lid then kicking him into a basement apartment doorway and stomping him…




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  4. CYS all of them trying to blame each other because this mother fuc know that a bunch of them going to prison l




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