The Inspector General's report on former FBI director James Comey showed that President Trump did not obstruct the judiciary, as some critics claim, but instead "liberated".
Yoo Who Served In George W. Bush's administration, the president said on Friday in "The Ingraham Angle" that he had removed by the dismissal of Comey a person from the FBI, who acted in his own interest.
"I'm sorry to say that after reading it The IG report" Trump did not interfere with justice, Trump has released the judiciary, "he told a man – a self-righteous crusader – who told the results rejected our constitutional system and our democracy, so President Trump won the elections in 201
Honey, a former director of the New Jersey Criminal Justice Department, said nothing in the report was "any sort of justification for Donald Trump."
"It does not change anything about what Comey wrote in these memos Donald Trump demanded loyalty from him and Donald Trump tried to get him to stop the Flynn investigation, "Honey said. "These are, I believe, obstructive actions."
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On "The Ingraham Angle," Comey acted outside of the Department of Justice and FBI regulations regarding the memos, some of his interactions with Trump cataloged.
"He decided that the Ministry of Justice's normal ground rules in his crusade to stop President Trump did not apply to him, and that basic rule is:" We, as Attorneys at Law or FBI agents, do not share the results of confidential investigations Willingly and freely with the New York Times or the press to attack people we do not like, "said Yoo.
"This is a guy who should never be an FBI director."