Former FBI Director James Comey slammed the “dishonest” and “misleading” memo released by the House Permanent commission on Intelligence and also the White House on Friday, saying it “inexcusably exposed” classified investigations.
The fired-FBI director didn’t appear to be affected with the long-awaited Foreign Intelligence police investigation Act (FISA) memo’s contents.
“That’s it?” Comey tweeted. “Dishonest and misleading memo destroyed the House intel committee, destroyed trust with Intelligence Community, broke relationship with FISA court, and inexcusably exposed classified investigation of an American subject. For what? DOJ & FBI should keep doing their jobs.”
Hannity fired back!
The memo showed alleged government surveillance abuse, and enclosed testimony from former FBI Deputy Director Andrew McCabe, who stepped down Monday, that mentioned the FBI and DOJ wouldn’t have sought police investigation warrants to spy on a member of the Trump team while not the infamous anti-Trump written record.