No collusion. No obstruction. And I’m 100 per cent willing to speak under oath about what REALLY happened with Comey says Trump

President Donald Trump said Friday that James Comey’s testimony yesterday absolved him of colluding with the Russians to disrupt the election and did not show that he obstructed justice.

He also also said he did not ask for Comey’s loyalty and that he never asked him to halt an FBI investigation into Mike Flynn, relying on his former FBI director’s credibility and tearing it down again whenever it suited him.

Trump said during a news conference that he’d be willing to attest to his version of the story under oath and that he’d tell the Department of Justice’s special counsel the same thing.

‘No collusion. No obstruction. He’s a leaker,’ Trump said in a summary of his position.

  • BillyHW

    Trump should fire the special prosecutor too and end the whole Russia farce. Enough is enough. And then give the voters what they voted for: A special prosecutor to put the corrupt and criminal Clinton family in jail.

    • andycanuck

      Apparently, the Special Prosecutor law was ended by Congress. That’s why the “news” papers are trying to make it seem like a criminal investigation of President Trump when they use the meaningless phrase “special counsel” even though that’s not the case.

      But let’s hope that the Attorney General carries out on Trump’s promise. Heaven knows there’s enough evidence about everything going back to the China bribes to hang both of them. A consummation devoutly to be wished.

    • Exactly. The sleight of hand is frankly astonishing because nobody noticed: The minute that Trump was cleared after a 10 month fake investigation that smeared his name all over the planet, was the minute another inquiry was launched into whether Trump may have tried to stop the fake investigation in an unethical or illegal manner. (Although I’m not exactly sure how it can be “unethical” or illegal to stop a fake investigation, especially since both the FBI and Trump already knew it was a boner — only the public was misinformed because of fake Media reports).

      Another thing nobody noticed: if what Trump did was in fact unethical or illegal by suggesting that the fake investigation be dropped, then that’s not the mandate of the Special Prosecutor Mulvaney to investigate. Mulvaney’s mandate is to investigate the alleged Russian/DNC hack, not Donald Trump because he’s already been cleared re: the Russian/DNC hack. So what the hell’s going on here? How did Mulvaney’s mandate to investigate the Russian/DNC hack suddenly morph — in the space of five minutes — right back into an investigation on Trump?

      Mulvaney needs to be looking at the DNC computers, and looking for the alleged hackers — something the FBI should have done from the beginning. If they want to look at whether Trump did something wrong in attempting to stopping the fake investigation then it needs to be handled by a totally different inquiry. Trump is no longer a part of the Russian/DNC hack inquiry and hence not under Mulvaney’s mandate. In fact if we believe what the FBI has told us, Trump was NEVER a target of that inquiry so why would he be now?

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  • Norman_In_New_York

    Comey is only the latest to underestimate Trump. They never learn, do they?

    • I wonder if the problem is they overestimate him. The Dems have devolved into a genuine tin-foil hat party — they make people like Jessie Ventura look normal. Let’s face it, many of them genuinely believe that Trump is Hitler or a Grand Wizard of the KKK. If you thought the President of the U.S. was really Hitler what would you do? I know what I would do — everything possible to subvert and bring down his government, by any means possible, including assassination.

      But that’s the problem — Trump isn’t Hitler, or anything even close. They grossly overestimate his power (not to mention defaming his name and I think Trump should sue for big bucks).

  • LairdKintyre

    God bless President Trump. He will go down as one of the greatest Leaders of the Western World. I am certain he will be the impetus to inspiring Western Civilization to revitalize itself and defeat the Islamization that threatens the very existence of reason and justice on this Earth.