Fired FBI Director James Comey is scheduled to testify before Congress this week.
One key question that should be asked of Comey is where are the memos of all of his meetings with former President Obama.
Clearly, if Comey felt the need to memo his meetings with President Trump he surely must have felt it important to record all of his conversations with President Obama regarding Hillary Clinton’s emails and the Clinton Foundation.
Fox News Insider offers some key insights into Mr. Comey’s view of the world, which seemed to be different after he was fired.
It is noteworthy that he never complained about Trump until he was fired. He learned his Hoover lessons well, which is why I called him J. Edgar Comey two months ago. Maybe he really was, like his famed predecessor, too big to fire.
Ironically, one reason Trump fired him is that Comey refused to investigate leaks from within the administration of classified material, some of it bearing on national security. My view is that Comey may have been hesitant to investigate because he knew some of the leaks came from the FBI.
— Michael Goodwin
If Mr. Comey wants to selectively discuss only his self-serving memos about meeting with President Trump, then Congress should subpoena all of his memos. These memos do not belong James Comey; they are the property of the United States.