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Trump doubled down on the criticism from James Comey
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The former FBI Director, James Comey was careful hopeful in an interview that President Donald Trump will not be re-elected, he said he felt the American people “tire of him,” because Trump “threatens what is essentially America.”
He revealed also his desire for the Democrats to nominate a candidate in the year 2020 who could be the middle of appeal to the “big one.”
“The rhythm of the story, the American story, tells us, finally, that the American people in their great mass is tired of him and come to the realization that it threatens what is essentially America, our values,” he said of The Economist podcast-host Anne McElvoy.
The former FBI-Director James Comey said he is confident that Trump will not be re-elected, what the American people are “tired of him.”
“You’re starting to see a bit of this with the treatment of children at the border, but if history is a guide, and I think the American people will be tired of the show, and come to see that whatever the commercial convinced you it was not the select value, as a person, it is in the long run, is it worth it to trade our values for the rhetoric, the promises, to a particular person,” Comey said.
Comey said he wanted to recognize a part of a conversation, “awaken the giant” and the American people, a threat to their values “transcends politics.”
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