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‘Ashamed’ Comey, he weighs Canadian, rips Trump limit actions called during Ireland visit

Then-FBI Director James Comey testifies on Hillary Clinton’s E-Mails, on the Capitol in Washington, the 7. July of 2016.

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On a visit to Ireland, triggered the FBI Director James Comey said on Friday he was so ashamed of current U.S. immigration policy that he is thinking of Irish customs officials that he was canadian when he arrived.

James Comey: “I am outraged, I am appalled, I’m embarrassed, I’m ashamed of myself’ https://t.co/CG0hGgdofk

— Irish Times World (@Irish Time World) June 22, 2018

Comey made the remark at a public interview in Dublin, the Irish Times reported.

“I am ashamed for my country acted, with regard to the children. I am outraged, I am appalled, I’m embarrassed, I’m ashamed,” he said.

Comey, who is on a promotional tour for his book, “A Higher loyalty,” arrival in Ireland with his wife this week.

“My wife and I were not a joke, really a joke, we wanted to say to the people, on the customs line that were here, we were Canadians. And we had fun, but it’s funny, because it shows a truth: I am ashamed.”

– The former FBI Director, James Comey

“My wife and I were not a joke, really a joke, we wanted to say to the people, on the customs line that were here, we were Canadians. And we had fun, but it’s funny, because it shows a truth: I am ashamed,” he said.

Comey was the U.S.-Mexico border crisis — in the results of the children were separated from their parents, to President Donald Trump, an executive order was to change the policy, on the political and economic conditions in Central America.

A day earlier, in an interview with the Guardian, Comey, the detention centres for immigrants are compared, the arrival in the United States to the Japanese internment camps during world II and the civil rights of the 1960s to fight.

Comey also said the Dublin audience that his decision was once again a case on Hillary Clinton’s alleged abuse of E-Mails in only 11 days before the November 2016 presidential election are motivated by politics. It is a decision that many have was, the blame for your loss.

The former FBI Director also reiterated his criticism of President Trump, he said, is “morally unqualified for the office.”

Comey ended by expressing confidence that the country’s “democratic institutions” against any political fervors.

“The rule of law is the spine,” he said. “No President serves long enough to screw that up. Donald Trump, even if he was competent, he could not screw that up.”

Bradford Betz is an editor for Fox News. Follow him on Twitter @bradford_betz.

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