James Comey Says FBI 'Would Be Worse Today' If Not For His Actions

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In an interview with NPR's Morning Edition, fired FBI Director James Comey defended his controversial decisions during the 2016 campaign and asserted that the reputation of his agency — which operates under near daily siege from the president and his allies — "would be worse today had we not picked the least bad alternatives." "I saw this as a 500-year flood, and so where is the manual? What do I do?" he said. Comey responded to a new round of personal attacks from the White House by underscoring how President Trump has made once out-of-bounds behavior seem unremarkable. Trump suggested ov...

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