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20:51  18 april  2018
20:51  18 april  2018 Source:   newsweek.com

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Host Meghan McCain accused former FBI director James Comey of being a “political commentator” during his appearance on ABC’s The View on Wednesday.

“Why bring up politics now?” McCain, the daughter of Republican Senator John McCain, told Comey during the program. “I’m more interested in what you know about national security.” She added, “You have to understand how this looks to Republicans…. You sound more like a political commentator to me.”

Wednesday’s television appearance came one day after the release of Comey’s book A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies and Leadership. In the book, Comey writes how his wife and daughters had supported Hillary Clinton for president and participated in the Women’s March in Washington, D.C. the day after President Donald Trump’s inauguration.

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However, on Wednesday’s episode of “ The View ,” co-host Meghan McCain told James Comey to his face that he should be more like Hoover. Comey began his interview with the women by saying that his wife always says that when something happens people should try and make something good come

Justin Caruso for the Daily Caller reports, Meghan McCain took on former FBI director James Comey on The View Wednesday over his political statements. McCain then brought up how Comey ’s wife went to the anti-Trump Women’s March and was “very sad on election night.”

The book also describes Comey's relationship with Barack Obama. Towards the end of Obama's tenure, Comey told the president he needed to “take the opportunity to thank you and tell you how much I’m going to miss you,” according to the book. He recalls adding, “I dread the next four years, but in some ways, I feel more pressure to stay now.”

636594090858264106-01.JPG: Former FBI director James Comey sits for an interview with USA TODAY reporters Susan Page and Kevin Johnson ahead of the release of his book, James Comey speaks out about his book, 'A Higher Loyalty'

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McCain, a Republican, brought up those comments from the book in the appearance on Wednesday.

During the appearance, Comey pushed back on the claim that he is a partisan. “I don’t think of it as my politics, I think of it as my values,” he said.

He went on to say that he is neither a Democrat nor a Republican. “I hope the conversation will start with values and come to policy second,” he said. “All we are as a country is a collection of values, and that’s what unites Republicans and Democrats.”

Comey also said he didn't engage in political discussions as FBI director. “Heck no…. I didn’t vote, I tried not to follow the back and forth and I tried not to and didn’t engage my wife [on political topics],” he said.

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Former FBI Director James Comey said Wednesday he's "embarrassed and ashamed" by the Republican Party, arguing the party is willing to sacrifice its values to earn legislative wins. Comey said he was first attracted to the Republican Party because it valued character above all else, and placed an emphasis on national defense. "My question for Republicans is, so, where is that? Where is that commitment to character and values," Comey said during a CNN town hall event. "And if people have convinced themselves we'll trade it temporarily for a tax cut or Supreme Court justice, that's a fool's bargain.

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