Conway questions Comey's credibility over Trump meeting claims

Nellie Chapman
April 17, 2018

But ultimately, many on the left continue to blame the fired FBI director for swinging the election in Trump's favor when he released a statement days out from Election Day announcing the re-opening of the investigation into the Democratic nominee's emails.

When Stephanopoulos accurately stated that wasn't true, Conway hopped into Trump defense mode and rattled off claims Comey wanted to siphon power away from the president by being in close contact with him.

Comey, who maintains that both he and the Federal Bureau of Investigation are impartial, has said during congressional testimony that he was uncomfortable with the President's desire to meet with him alone and his alleged request for Comey's personal loyalty.

When asked about Donald Trump's thoughts on the James Comey interview, Conway responded, "The President thinks that Jim Comey is engaging in revisionist history".

These issues were discussed [VIDEO] during a heated April 16 edition of "New Day" on CNN with Presidential Counsel Kellyanne Conway joining host #Chris Cuomo. Or what? She later "explained" that she was "being sarcastic". "He could just ignore all of this".

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Former FBI Director James Comey says it is "possible" though "unlikely" that President Trump has been compromised by the Russian government. "Show me the swing states where she was above 50 percent on October 20 before Comey came out ..."

"Point I made on 3 shows is that we are supposed to believe THIS guy swung an election?"

'I don't think he's medically unfit to be president'.

She tried to walk the comment back in a later appearance on CNN, telling Chris Cuomo that Clinton was already set to lose the election and that Comey's announcement had no bearing on her doomed campaign. "As I said dozens of time, Hillary, not Comey, is why Hillary lost", she wrote.

"These are more words I never thought I'd utter about a president of the United States, but it's possible", Mr Comey told ABC News.

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