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WATCH: Trump Makes It Clear – Comey ‘WAS SPYING’ & ‘One of the People Leading’ the Charge

by J.C McCallum

Fox News’ Catherine Herridge conducted an interview with President Trump that aired on Thursday evening.

James Comey was a main topic of conversation.

In short, POTUS unloaded on the disgraced FBI director, making it clear he believes that Comey was at the forefront when it came to “spying.”

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Herridge: If you take Director Comey out of the equation and his actions in 2016 and 2017 would the country be where it is today?

Trump: I think he did a terrible job. I would say he probably led some kind of an effort to, the words spying has been used, he probably was one of the people leading the effort on spying.

Herridge: That’s a pretty serious charge.

Trump: I know, I know and we’ll find out if it was true and I think it could very well be true.

WATCH:

Is it possible for a person to not know/recall/remember the answer to 245 questions when confronted by a body of Congress?

Seems a little odd.

Comey must have a terrible memory. Maybe the worst – ever.

Twice-failed presidential candidate Hillary Clinton wiped clean 30,000-plus emails while secretary of state from a private server.

Comey has been caught doing the same thing.

Comey, of course, was fired by President Trump.

From Daily Wire:

Disgraced former FBI Director James Comey used a private email account hundreds of times to conduct government business — “and at least seven of those messages were deemed so sensitive by the Justice Department that they declined to release them,” the New York Post reports.

Like Hillary Clinton, whom Comey decided had broken no laws when she used her own homegrown server and email to send and receive classified information, Comey said he used the Gmail account only for “incidental” purposes.

But the Justice Department said that Comey and his chief of staff “discussed government business on about 1,200 pages of messages, 156 of which were obtained by The Post.”

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