Comey blames Obama & Lynch for 'jeopardizing' Clinton investigation

During an interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, former FBI Director James Comey's wife, Patrice, confessed that she supported Hillary Clinton and was "devastated" when Donald Trump won.

In his Monday morning tweet, Trump accused Comey and McCabe of committing "many crimes".

Trump attempted on Monday to discredit Comey by aligning him with his ongoing narrative of attacks on the Federal Bureau of Investigation for having - as he perceives it - a bias against him.

"If I were to make a prediction, I would expect there to be a criminal referral in this matter", Ratcliffe said.

During the much-anticipated television interview that marks the official start of a nationwide tour to promote his new memoir "A Higher Loyalty", Comey acknowledged that even on Election Night, he expected Clinton would defeat Trump. But he denied making decisions about the email probe based on that expectation.

"The attorney general seemed to be directing me to align with the Clinton campaign strategy", Comey wrote. "Her "just do it" response to my question indicated that she had no legal or procedural justification for her request". "We're no longer that group in America that is apart from the partisans, and that can be trusted".

In the book, Comey writes that President Obama "jeopardized the Department of Justice's credibility", by referring to Clinton's use of a private email server as a "mistake", according to an advance copy obtained by the Washington Examiner.

Former FBI Director James Comey says he thinks there's "certainly some evidence of obstruction of justice" in the actions of President Donald Trump.

On Sunday, hours before the airing of Comeys interview, Trump tweeted that Comey disclosed classified information and lied to Congress. Trump also said Comey was not smart and the "WORST FBI Director in history, by far!"

In another Sunday post, Trump latched onto Comey's admission in the book he might have subconsciously expected Clinton to win.

Failor wasn't shy about her thoughts on President Trump, either.

Instead, Comey says he believes that Trump is morally unfit for what he calls treating women "like pieces of meat", lying constantly about matters big and small and insisting that people believe it, and seeing a moral equivalence of demonstrators and counter-protesters in Charlottesville, Virginia.