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Tuesday, April 17, 2018

Comey and Trump, the war unchained

Por Feco

In a long-awaited television interview, James Comey, former head of the investigation agency dismissed by Donald Trump, has unleashed several accusations against the tenant of the Oval Office, presenting him as a compulsive liar, saying that he treats women as "pieces of meat "and claiming that his alleged encounter with prostitutes in Moscow made him vulnerable to possible blackmail by the Kremlin.

In the interview granted by the former director of the FBI to ABC, Comey says that Trump is a blot for all those who have worked or work with him and a dynamiter of the fundamental rules and principles of the United States. He also compared it to a mafia boss, as he does in his book “A Higher Loyalty” (Flatiron Books), which will be published next Tuesday and whose advances have already flooded the North American press.

"That culture of leadership comes to mind constantly when I think of the Trump Administration", said Comey, referring to the stage of his career in which he fought organized crime in New York. "Our president must embody a figure of respect and adhere to the values that are at the core of this country," Comey told ABC. He considered that "the most important thing" in a president is that he tells the truth and that Trump is not qualified for that. "He is morally unfit to be president". "I do not buy these things from him being mentally incompetent or having early stages of dementia," he added.

With this barrage against Trump on a television show, the battle between them has already become a public spectacle of massive audience. And Comey could be the star witness if Special Prosecutor Robert S. Mueller III ends up bringing Trump to trial in the investigation he is developing for obstruction of justice. The former FBI Director had warned that if Donald Trump ever tries to fire special counsel Robert Mueller, then it would be the President's "most serious attack yet on the rule of law," while expressing that "it's possible" the Russians could have information on Trump that could be used to compromise him.

Comey did not keep anything for him when stating that a person "who talks about and treats women like they're pieces of meat, who lies, constantly, about matters big and small, and insists that the American people believe it -- that person is not fit to be president of the United States on moral grounds." The president’s reaction was of course, to be expected: “Slippery James Comey, a man who always ends up badly and out of whack (he is not smart!), will go down as the WORST FBI Director in history, by far!” How do you think this will end?