Trump should not be prosecuted after leaving the White House no matter how much evidence has been amassed against him, former fired FBI director James Comey writes in a new book.
The next US attorney general, under Joe Biden, should not “pursue a criminal investigation of Donald Trump”, Comey writes in the book, “no matter how compelling the roadmap left” by the special counsel Robert Mueller, or “how powerful the evidence strewn across his history of porn stars and financial fraud”.
“Although those cases might be righteous in a vacuum,” Comey claims, “the mission of the next attorney general must be fostering the trust of the American people.”
Comey has been a powerful critic of Trump after being fired by the President in May of 2017,
Comey’s new book, “Saving Justice: Truth, Transparency, and Trust“, is his second and is set to be published on January 12. The Guardian obtained a copy which where we got the info from.
Comey’s first book, A Higher Loyalty, was released in April 2018 and last year was adapted into an awful over the top two-part HBO film filled with falsehoods. Called The Comey Rule it starred Jeff Daniels as Comey and Brendan Gleeson as Trump.