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.
Former FBI director James Comey on FISA memo: ‘That’s it?’
Meanwhile, a judge has denied the release of Comey's own classified memos.
Comey tweets in defense of FBI, condemns ‘weasels and liars’
'All should appreciate the FBI speaking up.'
James Comey ends 2017 with one final dig at Trump
'Here’s hoping 2018 brings more ethical leadership.'
Trump slams FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe on Twitter for his retirement plans
He also bashed 'leakin' James Comey.'
Donald Trump says it’s ‘fake news’ that he pressured Comey to stop investigating Flynn
Trump also ripped the FBI.
James Comey throws major shade at Trump—with a Bible verse
'But let justice roll down like waters and righteousness like an ever-flowing stream.'
James Comey makes it official with verified Twitter account
The worst kept political-Twitter secret is over.
Trump accuses James Comey of lying, improperly exonerating Hillary Clinton
There's a lot to unpack here.
Clinton reveals her Russia obsession in new book ‘What Happened’
'I read everything I could get my hands on.'
Mueller obtains ‘problematic’ Trump letter explaining Comey firing
The letter could prove disastrous for Trump's legal defense.
This Trump tweet bashing Comey is more important than you might think
Is Trump trying to influence the DOJ investigation into obstruction of justice?