POTUS Trump RIPS “Liar and Leaker” James Comey Over Classified Memos AGAIN ‘He Broke the Law!’

Redacted memos written by disgraced former FBI Director James Comey were published online on Thursday evening.

Comey penned seven memos stemming from nine conversations he had with President Trump during his time at the FBI.

Although reports state 2 of the memos Comey leaked to his law professor friend were classified, experts argue all 7 memos were classified.

The president torched Comey AGAIN on Saturday from Twitter.

President Trump, please never stop tweeting!

The president once again called out corrupt cop James Comey for leaking classified memos to the liberal media in order to prompt a special counsel. Trump said, “I did not Declassify them [the memos],” then once again said Comey “broke the law.”


Trump also pointed out Comey never kept memos on his conversations with Hillary, Loretta Lynch or others such as Obama.

Comey penned memos of his conversations with Trump because this entire Deep State attempted coup was a set up from the beginning.

Trump tweeted: James Comey’s Memos are Classified, I did not Declassify them. They belong to our Government! Therefore, he broke the law! Additionally, he totally made up many of the things he said I said, and he is already a proven liar and leaker. Where are Memos on Clinton, Lynch & others?

Trump immediately blasted Comey after the memos leaked online.

On Friday it was announced Inspector General Horowitz opened an investigation into James Comey over his classified memos.

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