nearvideo Chris Swecker Rips James Comey
The former assistant director of the FBI, said James Comey has become a “party political mud wrestler,” and that it is wrong to believe that President Trump to fire committed obstruction of justice by him to
“I think Jim Comey has pit another party-political mud wrestler to fall in the mud. What’s bugging me, to spite what my former colleagues, and the current FBI staff is angry, to try to be with him to the FBI for use in it and the way you said it as a shield,” Chris Swecker, on “America’s Newsroom” on Thursday.
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“To say that his Brand was predication for a disability of the investigation… that means that he understands not the threshold value of the predication to open a case, and this is just one of many problems I have with Jim Comey.”
Comey appeared on NBC’s “Nightly News” anchor Lester Wednesday evening in Holt, where he said he felt the President might justice disabled to fire by him.
“They declined to answer questions specifically about the evidence for a cooperation at this point. A few days later, you are dismissed,” said Holt.
“A few days later, I sit down with President Trump,” Holt continued. “He says, ‘when I decided to just do it,’ talk to fire you,” I said to myself, I said, you know, the Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story.’ What did you think when you hear that?”
Comey replied: “I thought that possibly hope obstruction of justice, and I someone is watching.”
Co-host Bill Hemmer, asked to explain Swecker, his previous comments accused of Comey to the creation of a “culture of the cooling system.”
“He has created a culture of leaking in the inside of the FBI, followed by Andy McCabe and others. This was the reason for his dismissal. I mean, President Trump can not say things open predication, the obstruction of the investigation,” Swecker said.
Swecker also President supports Trump’s comments on “Hannity” Wednesday that he would information, declassify, to find out where the Russia agreement story began.
“I have plans to declassify and release. I have plans to absolutely release, but I have to work some very talented people for me – the lawyers – and you really don’t want me to do it too early on” Trump, Sean Hannity said.
“I want to see, like you, I think there is a bigger problem with the release of the grand jury information would be a violation of the law. But the President can declassify FISA,” Swecker.
“I don’t think it would jeopardize national security, because the information was in the FISA affidavit is fairly well-known. I don’t want to see exactly what was given weight, the dossier, and other verified and qualitatively, whether the information was held back.”
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Swecker suggested, a “serious problem”, when the FISA application was based primarily on the “sensitive issue” of ex-British spy Christopher Steele.
“And to be honest, I the dossier’ve read. If that was the main substance of the FISA application, we have a problem. It is not the opposition research that the judge knew that it came from the Clinton campaign. We have a serious problem here,” Swecker Hemmer said.