Conservative author and attorney David Limbaugh said former FBI Director James Comey is a “publicity hound” and “should be ashamed” in the wake of his new book and interview with George Stephanopoulos, reports Fox News.
Limbaugh, the younger brother of radio host Rush Limbaugh, said he gave Comey “every benefit of the doubt” until he heard his interview with Stephanopoulos.
“He thinks of himself as a moral paragon,” Limbaugh said. “[But] he’s like a gossipy little girl.”
Limbaugh slammed Comey for writing about and verbally expounding upon things that are part of an active investigation — namely regarding President Donald Trump, Russia and Hillary Clinton.
“I cannot believe this guy,” he said. “He’s a man without a country. Nobody likes him anymore and there’s good reason.”
Limbaugh added that he wanted to stick to “what the facts allow” thus far.
But, he said Comey was intentionally “inflammatory” by musing as to whether Trump obstructed justice.
“He knows better [and] he should be ashamed,” Limbaugh said.
Lanny Davis, the author of The Unmasking of the President 2016: How FBI Director James Comey Cost Hillary Clinton the Presidency also spoke about Comey’s ethical issues and even possible legal issues as well.
Davis said that Comey is “evidence of a narcissist,” and also said that he lied when he said Congress made him send his letter about Clinton’s emails and is plainly seen as a lie in the testimony he gave in front of Congress.
Limbaugh points out that Comey would like to present himself as a moral paragon and someone who will actually hold up the integrity of the DOJ and FBI, but really, as we can see from his new book, he is the exact opposite. Now Republicans and Democrats hate him and Comey has no friends in Washington to be seen.