REPORT: Here’s The Can Of Whoop A** Comey Is About To Open On Trump | THE POLITICUS

REPORT: Here’s The Can Of Whoop A** Comey Is About To Open On Trump

Former FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to testify in front of Congress on Thursday in a public hearing regarding his interactions with alleged president Donald Trump and his investigation into whether Russian officials interfered with the 2016 election. Comey is known for taking notes to leave a paper trail and that has disturbed the former reality show star who feigns innocence while being buried up to his neck in scandals.

According to what a source familiar with Comey’s line of thinking told ABC News, the former FBI Director will stop short of accusing Trump of obstruction of justice. However, that’s not his job. He’s supposed to offer details of what took place and it doesn’t look good for the amateur president. The source did say that there will be enough in Comey’s testimony to make the White House “uncomfortable.”

ABC News :

Although Comey has told associates he will not accuse the President of obstructing justice, he will dispute the president’s contention that Comey told him three times he is not under investigation.

Trump repeatedly said that Comey told him he was not under investigation and that would be pretty odd for someone to reveal who ended up leading the investigation into possible ties with Russia and the Trump administration. The former reality show star didn’t think this through very well.

The president allegedly said he hoped Comey would drop the Flynn investigation, a request that concerned Comey enough that he documented the conversation in a memo shortly after speaking with the president. In the memo, according to sources close to Comey who reviewed it, Trump said: “I hope you can see your way clear to letting this go, to letting Flynn go,” during a February meeting.

That was enough to make Comey uncomfortable with Trump, according to the source.

“He is not going to Congress to make accusations about the President’s intent, instead he’s there to share his concerns,” the source said, and tell the committee “what made him uneasy” and why he felt it was necessary to write the memo documenting the conversation.

According to what legal experts told ABC News, Trump’s requests as detailed in the Comey memo could meet the legal definition of obstruction.

Comey told associates he plans to testify that despite the unusual request from the president he believed strongly that if he did his job properly he could conduct the investigation in an honest way.

Comey told associates that he will not back up Trump’s bizarre claim that on three separate occasions the former FBI Director told Trump that he was not under investigation as part of the probe into Russian meddling in the 2016 U.S. election.

Meanwhile, Trump plans to distract the public by live-tweeting during the Comey hearing.

So, Comey will not accuse Trump of obstruction of justice, however, legal experts say that what the former FBI Director said in the now-famous memo, spells obstruction of justice. Comey will not back up Trump’s claims of being cleared in the investigation into Russian meddling/collusion/interference in the 2016 election. Trump stands alone in his claims. What Comey will show the world is that Trump lied. He was never told he was not under investigation. That puts a damper on the situation for the chaotic White House as it outs Trump as a liar.

According to the source, Comey will present something that will make the White House ‘uncomfortable’ and there’s not enough popcorn in the world to consume during the highly anticipated testimony from the man Trump fired – and most of us know why Comey was dismissed. After terminating Comey from the FBI, Trump tried to intimidate and threaten him on Twitter. Paybacks are a bitch and the truth is going to hurt. We look forward to the information Comey is going to reveal which will make the Trump administration “uncomfortable.”

Look out Trump, he’s Comeying to get you.

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