Trump Told Russian Spies In The Oval Office Of Patriot Jim Comey, “I Got Rid Of Nut Job To Ease Pressure Of Russian Investigation”

U.S. President Donald Trump at a joint news conference at the White House in Washington
There’s only one thing more despicable than racist Trump firing Jim Comey,  it’s joking about it at his meeting with Russian spies in the Oval Office, who most likely bugged the White House.  The fact that an American patriot is nothing to him compared to Russians, who will turn on him in a second is unpatriotic, and if President Obama had done so, the right wingers would have it in their lead story every hour tonight on now third-rated Fox Rape Channel.  Luckily, the White House employees and officials are so mortified by Trump, that they are leaking what he’s telling his Russian boyfriend’s associates.  Trump-Russians-Oval-Office-bugged
President Donald Trump bragged to two top Russian officials last week that firing “nut job” FBI Director James Comey eased “great pressure” on him, The New York Times reported Friday.

“I just fired the head of the FBI. He was crazy, a real nut job,” Trump said, according to the Times. “I faced great pressure because of Russia. That’s taken off.”
Trump’s Oval Office meeting with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov and Russian Ambassador to the US Sergey Kislyak came one day after Comey was fired.
White House press secretary Sean Spicer did not refute the Times story but said it was Comey’s “grandstanding and politicizing” of the Russia investigation that put pressure on the administration’s ability to engage Moscow.
“The President has always emphasized the importance of making deals with Russia as it relates to Syria, Ukraine, defeating ISIS and other key issues for the benefit and safety of the American people,” Spicer said in a statement to CNN. “By grandstanding and politicizing the investigation into Russia’s actions, James Comey created unnecessary pressure on our ability to engage and negotiate with Russia.”
He added, “The investigation would have always continued, and obviously, the termination of Comey would not have ended it. Once again, the real story is that our national security has been undermined by the leaking of private and highly classified conversations.”
Trump’s dismissal of Comey was met with bipartisan derision. The move, which came after Trump asked Comey for his loyalty and, according to memos written by the former FBI director, requested he kill an investigation into Trump’s top national security adviser, was seen as a clear violation of protocol and had some Democrats calling for impeachment.
The President maintains he was surprised by the response to Comey’s firing.
“Director Comey was very unpopular with most people,” he said Thursday at a news conference. “When I made that decision, I actually thought that it would be a bipartisan decision. Because you look at all of the people on the Democratic side, not only the Republican side, that were saying such terrible things about Director Comey.”
Written By: Tommy Lightfoot Garrett
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