"There's a non-zero possibility that the Russians have some, some sway over him that is rooted in his personal experience, and I don't know whether that's the business about the activity in a Moscow hotel room or finances or something else", Comey said.
While it seems like Trump can do or say whatever he wants and get away with it, there's one potential action Comey hopes will sound the legal alarm: if Trump were to fire special counsel Robert Mueller.
Allen noted that Comey repeated almost the same phrasing in a USA Today interview, in which he called Trump "someone who is able to see moral equivalence in Charlottesville or to speak and treat women like they're pieces of meat and to lie constantly". That brings us to the different ways Trump's critics and defenders are talking about Comey right now.
"Possibly. I mean, it's certainly some evidence of obstruction of justice".
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On Sunday morning, hours before the interview aired, President Trump attacked Comey several times on Twitter, bashing the book and the credibility of the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director.
This week's edition of the latter featured none other than James Comey, the former FBI director who was sacked by POTUS after he failed to drop the investigation into former national security adviser Michael Flynn.
In an interview with USA TODAY, Comey characterized the book project as "an obligation to try to drive a healthy conversation" about leadership and ethics. Both times he said that. Flynn and two of the president's campaign aides, Rick Gates and George Papadopoulos, have pleaded guilty and are cooperating with Mueller.
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"Comey drafted the Crooked Hillary exoneration long before he talked to her (lied in Congress to Senator G), then based his decisions on her poll numbers".
The thought of having dinner alone with Trump at the White House made Comey "deeply uncomfortable", he wrote, because he feared that the president wanted to compromise the FBI's integrity and independence and was waging "an effort to establish a patronage relationship" with him.
Comey, fired by Trump in May past year, was anxious the president may be open to blackmail by Russian Federation given claims he was present when prostitutes urinated on each other during a 2013 Moscow visit.
Comey re-openened the Hillary Clinton email investigation just days before the election, which many believe cost her the White House.
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Comey's disclosure shortly before the election that the FBI had reopened its investigation into her email use enraged Democrats. "I hardly even knew this guy". Trump had denied asking Comey to stop investigating Flynn. I don't remember spelling it out, but it had to have been. "It's possible." However, Comey said he was against the idea of Trump being impeached and removed from office "because it would let the American people off the hook, and have something happen indirectly, that I believe they're duty bound to do directly" - that is, vote Trump out of office. "This president does not reflect the values of this country".