Former Whitewater independent counsel Robert Ray said former FBI Director James Comey’s behavior towards President Trump is unacceptable. “That’s someone coming unhinged,” Ray said during an appearance on FOX Business’ “Mornings with Maria.” “I know Jim well, but that to me is beyond the pale.” President Trump tweeted on Friday that Comey can “General Michael Flynn’s life can be totally destroyed” by his media blitz.
On Thursday Trump tweeted that Comey’s newly released memos “shows clearly” no collusion with Russia in the 2016 election and no obstruction into the investigation. Ray said the presidents comments were “substantially right.” “The president saying I hope you can see your way to letting Flynn go,” he said. “Whatever Jim Comey may think that means, I think, to me I don’t see how you make an obstruction [of justice] case out of that.” Ray added it would be in the country's best interest to get past the investigation before the October election. “[Trump’s} clearly ratcheting up the pressure now,” he said. “I think all of this now properly is correctly leading toward the Mueller investigation needs to be brought to a relatively prompt conclusion.” Read the article and watch the video: https://www.foxbusiness.com/politics/james-comey-is-coming-unhinged-robert-ray
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Excerpt: James Comey isn’t the only one who took issue with Obama White House statements downplaying the Hillary Clinton email probe in 2016. A new email obtained by Fox News shows that even anti-Trump FBI agent Peter Strzok was concerned about their comments at the time.
The criminal referral letter signed by 11 House Republicans -- led by Rep. Ron DeSantis, R-Fla. -- specifically raised concerns about Strzok and Page’s alleged “interference in the Hillary Clinton investigation regarding her use of a personal email server." The Strzok email regarding the Obama White House comments was sent a week-and-a-half after Fox News first reported that emails containing Top Secret (TS) and even more sensitive intelligence known as SAP (Special Access Programs) were found by a government watchdog on Clinton’s private server that she used for all government business as secretary of state.
Comey did not specifically address those emails in his new book “A Higher Loyalty.” However, on page 163, he writes, "In all, there were thirty-six email chains that discussed topics that were classified as ‘secret’ at the time.
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NBC KEEPS HOLDING INFORMATION FROM ITS VIEWERS!!!
THAT'S THE SAME AS FAKE NEWS!
Excerpt: The Justice Department’s internal watchdog recommended criminal charges for former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe, but viewers who rely on “NBC Nightly News with Lester Holt” wouldn't know it.
Nightly News” completely ignored the McCabe bombshell, as Media Research Center’s Nicholas Fondacaro first reported.
Inspector General Michael Horowitz's criminal referral follows his own recent report that found McCabe leaked a self-serving story to the press and later lied about it to then-Director James Comey and federal investigators, prompting Attorney General Jeff Sessions to fire him on March 16.
The Washington Post had earlier reported that the IG referred the finding that McCabe misled investigators "some time ago," asking the top federal prosecutor for D.C. to examine whether he should be charged. Once the decision was confirmed by multiple media outlets including Fox News, NBC’s flagship newscast decided not to cover it. “This was not the first time NBC had ignored developments involving McCabe’s misconduct during investigations. When it was first revealed that McCabe’s head was on the chopping block just days prior to his retirement, NBC failed to dedicate a single second of airtime,” Fondacaro wrote.
Holt’s broadcast kicked off with an update on the Southwest plane that was forced to make an emergency landing this week before moving on to news that criminal charges wouldn’t be filed in the death of pop star Prince. “Nightly News” also reported on a Syracuse University fraternity that is under fire for a controversial video, fallout of a recent Starbucks incident and Rudy Giuliani joining President Trump’s legal team. Other topics covered by “NBC Nightly News” included a deep dive into secrets of YouTube and a piece on a Michigan family that has 14 male children. “NBC Nightly News” rivals CBS’ “Evening News” and ABC’s “World News Tonight” covered the McCabe development on Thursday but Fondacaro accused them each of downplaying the news.
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Excerpt: Mark Levin had a fiery reaction to the revelation that Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein told President Trump last week that he is not a target in the Michael Cohen investigation.
This came weeks after Trump was told that he was not a target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller's investigation into possible collusion between the Trump campaign and Russia, according to reports.
Levin pointed to two memoranda -- one from the Nixon administration and one from the Clinton administration -- that clearly spell out that a sitting United States president cannot be indicted.
The October 2000 memo from the Clinton Justice Department says:
In 1973, the Department concluded that the indictment or criminal prosecution of a sitting President would impermissibly undermine the capacity of the executive branch to perform its constitutionally assigned functions. We have been asked to summarize and review the analysis provided in support of that conclusion, and to consider whether any subsequent developments in the law lead us today to reconsider and modify or disavow that determination. We believe that the conclusion reached by the Department in 1973 still represents the best interpretation of the Constitution. "Did they issue another memo over there at the Justice Department reversing these two memos during the Nixon administration and the Clinton administration? No!" Levin said on "Hannity" on Thursday.
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