29 April, 2018
"Do you think there's any credence to the president's claim that you broke the law when you released your memos?" asked WIlliam and Mary senior Evelyn Lawhorn, referring to memos about his conservations with Trump that Comey gave to a friend after he was sacked.
It was part of a town hall organized by CNN and the university's student assembly, where Comey is an alum.
In recent days, as Comey's tell-all book was released, Trump has blasted the former Federal Bureau of Investigation director's integrity, labeling him a "proven leaker", a "liar", and "an untruthful slime ball".
Fitzgerald said in a statement released Tuesday evening that he began representing Comey in May 2017.
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"Where is that commitment to character and values?" he said. But Comey says he was sacked to disrupt the investigation he was leading into suspicions of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation to influence the election. He asked if "people have convinced themselves, well we'll trade it temporarily for a tax cut or a Supreme Court justice? You lose this, exactly what are you?"
"His style of conversation was a series of assertions about great things he had done", Comey said, describing one of his private meetings with Trump, in which he said the President made inappropriate demands for loyalty. "It doesn't reflect values at all". "Based on values, I think the American people were faced with a choice between the least popular, least trusted candidates in modern history", he said, but "between the two, looking in hindsight, Hillary Clinton is more enmeshed in, trained in, respectful of the norms and traditions I'm so worry are being eroded today". It's transactional, it's ego-driven, it's in service to his ego.
On Wednesday, he questioned what legacy Republicans hoped to leave behind.
"The challenge I found was that they wash over you like a wave and even if you disagree, the waves keep coming". Did you trade a tax cut for the rule of law, for equal protection of the laws, for the truth?