The former FBI-Director James Comey said on Tuesday: “the story has their eyes on us,” and encouraged people to vote for the Democrats in the upcoming elections.
The former FBI-Director James Comey said on Tuesday: “the story has their eyes on us,” and encouraged Americans to vote for Democrats in the upcoming elections.
Comey, who was fired, issued by the President of Donald Trump in may 2017, a tweet, the pressure on the Americans to snub the Republicans in November of this year.
“The Republican Congress has proven incapable of meeting the founder of “design, must have the ambition … to counteract ambition,” tweeted the former FBI Director, a long-time supporter of the Republicans. “All who believe, that in this country, the values of votes for the Democrats this fall. The story has its eyes on us.”
This Republican Congress has proven incapable of meeting the founder of ” design, “ambition … to counteract ambition.” All who believe that in this country, the values of votes for the Democrats this fall. Political differences not matter now. The story has its eyes on us.
— James Comey (@Comey) July 18, 2018
To support the move of Democrats, comes after the controversial summit in Helsinki, Finland, on Monday between trump and the Russian President Vladimir Putin.
Trump moved on to the anger from the right and the left for not clearly siding with the American intelligence community, whether or not Russia intervened in the 2016 presidential elections.
He said that although he has great confidence in the U.S. intelligence community, the Russian President is a “strong and powerful” denial. He added that he “can see no reason why” Russia would be behind the choice of intervention, and suggested that Russia and the USA are to blame for the strained relations.
Comey, the President criticized the behavior at the summit, as if to say: “That was the day when an American President’s lie to Stand on foreign soil next to a murderer, thug and refused to return to his own country. Patriots need to make up and reject the behavior of this President.”
This was the day an American President on foreign soil in addition to a murderous lying thug and refused to return to his own country. Patriots need to make up and reject the behavior of this President.
— James Comey (@Comey) 16. July 2018
The President has since returned to his comments during the press conference with Putin, told reporters on Tuesday that he misspoke, and insist that he fully accepted the US intelligence community the conclusions of a Russian intervention efforts.
“I came back and said,” What’s the matter, what’s the big deal?'” Trump said, adding that he looked at the transcript and “realized that there is a need for some clarification.”
He said he did not want to say, he looks at why Russia is “not” responsible for the disturbances. “I’ve said the word ‘would’ instead of ‘would be’ … a sort of a double negative,” he insisted.
“I accept that our intelligence community’s conclusion that Russia’s interference in the election of 2016,” he added, but noted that “There are other people also could do that.”
Fox News’ Brooke Singman contributed to this report.
Lukas Mikelionis is a reporter for FoxNews.com. Follow him on Twitter @Lukas mikelionis.