On Tuesday night, three former assistant directors of the FBI gave their opinion on Fox News regarding Trump’s decision to fire James Comey.
All of them expected such decision and agreed that Comey had it coming. Some addmited to be glad it happened.
According to former FBI Assistant Directors James Kallstrom, Bill Gavin and Ron Hosko, Comey’s career was done after
his July 5 press conference where he assumed the role of a prosecutor and recommended that no charges should be taken against Hillary Clinton.
“I’m glad it happened.”
“I think Jim Comey way back almost a year ago kind of forgot he was the FBI director.”
Kallstrom commented on Comey’s firing.
“Jim Comey danced with the devil, and later on down the road talked about this great investigation the FBI conducted.”
“Of course, they had no subpoena power, they couldn’t compel any investigation or search warrants. They had to beg people to look at things. The interview of Hillary Clinton, in my view, was a sham.”
“[Comey] threw the FBI under the bus, and the reputation of the FBI under the bus. That’s what I am very mad about and have been very mad about for a long time.”
Gavin said Comey’s firing was “something that had to happen.”
“Jim Comey is a bright guy, he’s an ethical guy, but the bottom line is when he made a prosecutive opinion in an investigative matter he made a mistake.”
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