A close friend of the infamous former FBI director, late on Tuesday, stated that Mr. Comey has something to say, including that if he were Trump he would be in panic mode.
“He’s going to be fine. He’s not somebody who spends time feeling sorry for himself,” coming from Benjamin Wittes, who identifies himself as a Comey companion, responded on CNN when asked how Comey was handling the situation.
“I thought it was interesting and very telling that he declined an opportunity to tell his story in private. He clearly wants to do it in a public setting,” Wittes went on.
“I think that’s a reflection of the fact that this is a guy with a story to tell. I think if I were Donald Trump that would scare me a lot.”
Trump dismissed Comey early on this month.
Later on reports come forth that Trump referred to Comey as a “nut job” throughout a meeting in the Oval Office with Russian officials and said to them his termination relieved “great pressure” from the investigation into whether or not Trump campaign associates collaborated with Russian officials to affect the 2016 presidential election outcome.
According to The Hill, lawmakers are now anticipating Comey’s first public statement since he was let go. A week ago, Comey agreed upon publicly testifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee.
Last week’s report stated Comey is envisioned to testify that he thinks Trump was intentionally trying to interfere in the FBI’s investigation of Russian meddling in the presidential election.
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