'It's not too late' to get rid of FBI director, Trump says

Speaking on Fox Business Network, the President tried to deflect his shady slimeball-ness onto his former election rival, saying Clinton was guilty of "every charge" for that whole email scandal no one except Trump is still talking about.

The way the prez sees it.

"I think they come after us harder on both being able to solve a problem ... and then also on process and intrigue", she said. "He saved her life", referring to Comey's declaration that he would not be charging Clinton with a crime.

In an interview with Fox Business Tuesday, the president also suggested he could change his mind on whether FBI Director James Comey remains in his post.

BARTIROMO: ...scratching their heads why so many Obama-era staffers are still here.

But, you know, we have to just - look, I have so many people that want to come into this administration. You know, it's going to be interesting.

In an interview with Fox Business Network, Trump told host Maria Bartiromo that Comey "saved [Clinton's] life" when he made a decision to not recommend charges for her use of private email servers while secretary of state. How Ivanka Trump convinced you to airstrike Syria?


Clinton said she has no intention of another run for public office and said she is writing a book that, in part, delves into what derailed her attempt to become America's first woman president.

Bartiromo asked why Trump didn't replace Comey.

"Nobody believes that", said Trump.

"No, I don't want to talk about that", Trump responded.

"No, it's not too late", Trump said when Maria Bartiromo asked if it was too late to fire Comey.

Condemning the alleged use of chemical weapon in Syria, Trump had said: "When you kill innocent children, innocent babies - babies, little babies - with a chemical gas that is so lethal, people were shocked to hear what gas it was, that crosses many, many lines". "We'll see what happens", Trump said in regard to the Federal Bureau of Investigation director, who happens to be investigating the president and his campaign staff over ties to Russian Federation.

Trump has previously backed away from campaign threats to appoint a special prosecutor to further investigate Clinton's use of a private email server.


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