Answer: "It's possible. I never thought I'd utter those words ..."
At the heart of Trump's alleged obstruction is a private meeting in the Oval Office between the president and then-FBI director Comey. "His "memos" are self serving and FAKE!"
Trump has denied having asked Comey for his loyalty.
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In it, Mr Comey compares Mr Trump to a mafia don and calls his leadership of the country "ego driven and about personal loyalty". There were no tweets from the president immediately following the hour-long broadcast, during which Comey called Mr. Trump a serial liar and even remarked on his personal appearance.
The Hatch Act is a United States federal law that prohibits those in the executive branch of the government, other than the president, vice president and other high-level officials, from getting involved in some forms of political activity. In addition to looking into whether the campaign colluded with Moscow during the 2016 election, Mueller is also examining whether Trump sought to obstruct justice when he fired Comey a year ago.
"I decided in the wake of my firing, it donned on me over a few weeks that I had something - that I could be useful", Comey said. "I just thought it was a weird enough experience for me to be talking to the incoming president of the United States about prostitutes in a hotel in Moscow". Clinton herself has pointed to Comey's actions in explaining her presidential election loss. It always struck me and still strikes me as unlikely, and I would've been able to say with high confidence about any other president I dealt with, but I can't.
The special counsel Robert Mueller is now investigating the Trump campaign - and Trump himself - as part of the Russian Federation probe.
He later added that a Trump impeachment would let the American people "off the hook", stressing that he believes the president doesn't represent American values. They came out big for Donald Trump in 2016, but may not be there for the Republicans in 2020 - precisely because of questions about the president's character - questions that were reinforced in tonight's interview with James Comey.
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On Tuesday he also blasted the commander-in-chief for complaining about last week's Federal Bureau of Investigation raid on the home and office of Michael Cohen, his longtime personal lawyer.
In the book, Comey said, he is trying to be introspective and cross-examine himself.
Comey also said he can not rule out the possibility that Russian Federation has compromising information about Trump. No, but given who the two men are, and that Comey made notes of their conversations and contemporaneously told colleagues about what had transpired between him and the president, the evidence weighs heavily in Comey's favor. She asserted that Comey has "proven to be dishonest".
He later said, though, that he did not believe Rosenstein would fire Special Counsel Robert Mueller if ordered by Trump to do so, and that Rosenstein "has an opportunity in overseeing Bob Mueller to restore some of his professional reputation". This is not some tin pot dictatorship where the leader of the country gets to say "The people I don't like go to jail".
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