James Comey awakens on November 9, 2016, now known nationally as "the man who got Donald Trump elected." With that hanging over him, he now must try to find a way to work with the new President. That grows complicated when it becomes clear that Trump wants to use Comey, the Bureau, and the Department of Justice for his own political aims - forcing these two men on a collision course whose result is as inevitable as it is tragic.
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When McCabe reads Comey the letter of dismissal over the phone, he is standing across from the Trump hotel in DC, right near FBI headquarters. The "Trump" sign appears in the background, but remains out of focus. See more
I think it's fair to start asking why Putin would want Donald Trump elected. I have to believe it's more than just a personal animus towards Secretary Clinton.
And what does Putin stand to gain by having a friend in this office instead of me?
Oh, sir, at the very least, end to the financial sanctions you imposed on them for invasion of Crimea.
A weakening of our most critical Western alliances.
They're probably hoping to collapse NATO.
An end to the Iran nuclear deal.
And we'll start to allow ...