Retired FBI Official: Comey Was Disgrace to FBI, Falsely Claims IG Report Clears Him
|“The disgraced and sanctimonious Comey has reached new pinnacles of hubris and partisanship. The truth is that his tenure [at] the FBI will live in infamy for the abuses outlined in the inspector general’s report and for inserting this venerable institution directly into politics and partisanship,” retired FBI Assistant Director Chris Swecker writes.|
The Horowitz report revealed that former FBI Director James Comey and his team “used a dossier (really a collection of memos) paid for by a political opponent that contained ‘unsupported’ and erroneous third-hand information from unidentified sources of unknown reliability” to get permission to wiretap a presidential campaign.
“This should terrify all Americans, regardless of their politics.”
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“Democrats have adulterated the impeachment process. They don’t have the facts. They don’t have the law. So they have manipulated the process in an obscene way to advance their obsession to impeach President Trump based solely on their opposition to him and his policies – not because he has done anything wrong,” Rep. Andy Biggs writes for Fox News.
“President Trump basked in a warm round of applause from the crowd as he arrived on the field at the 120th Army-Navy football game in Philadelphia Saturday. Trump clapped and waved to the midshipmen and cadets in the stands, then presided over the coin toss at midfield,” Mary Kay Linge reports for the New York Post.
“At this point, every American concerned about economic growth and prosperity should be cheered by President Trump’s great achievement with the USMCA and China deal. Every American should be equally appalled by a hyper-partisan impeachment process,” White House Director of Trade and Manufacturing Policy Peter Navarro writes for Fox News.
Income inequality is plummeting in the blue-collar, middle-class Trump Economy. “From the start of the current expansion to December 2016, average wage growth for workers lagged that of managers. Those without a college degree lagged that of college graduates, and African Americans lagged that of white Americans. Since Trump took office, each of these trends has been reversed,” Advisor to the President Ivanka Trump and Director of the Council of Economic Advisers Tomas Philipson write in the Miami Herald.
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