James Comey was the seventh director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation. He rose to national prominence as the deputy attorney general during the George W. Bush administration. President Donald Trump fired Comey on May 9, 2017, more than six years before the end of his 10-year term.
James Comey accused of election ‘meddling’ for tweeting about voting
To be fair, Democrats weren't thrilled either.
Trump goes on a ‘Fox & Friends’ retweeting spree
The inspector general report is out, and Trump is happy with Fox's messaging.
Forget the FBI texts: What else you need to know about the Inspector General report
There's a lot going on.
Inspector general findings will reportedly brand Comey as ‘insubordinate’
If true, the White House will score big with this report.
6 big takeaways from Comey’s leaked memos about his meetings with Trump
The 'pee tape' was brought up a lot.
James Comey is apparently helping the Wu-Tang Clan find its album
'Once Upon a Time in Shaolin' was seized by the feds.
Trump contradicts himself, says Russia wasn’t why he fired Comey
He had some different ideas last May.
Kellyanne Conway once defended Comey against partisan attacks
Guess it's not the same as the more recent attacks against Comey.
Conservatives couldn’t stand James Comey’s interview last night
The right's loudest voices are angry.
Donald Trump’s latest Twitter rant blasts James Comey, touts ‘Mission Accomplished’ boast
He seems upset about something.
Is Trump’s Scooter Libby pardon about justice, James Comey or Russia?
Libby was pardoned the same day as Comey's book launch.