The drama between the president and former FBI director is coming to CBS.
Comey, who was fired by the president in May 2017, tweeted the message from the founding father's 1796 farewell address.
"A lot of his supporters would think some sort of coup had taken place," Comey said of Trump hypothetically being impeached.
"I'm fine with the consequences – that's it, I'm not arguing. But I do want everyone to know that I have been reading every one of my death threats in an Asian accent," Gills said.
Huckabee Sanders said Comey should feel "lucky he's not already in prison" and she has "total confidence" in AG William Barr to bring charges against the former FBI director.
"Americans are in harm's way and the president is laser-focused on ... covering up a small mistake he made," the former FBI director wrote.
The DOJ's internal watchdog concluded that the former FBI director "violated department and FBI policies" in leaking unclassified memos that detailed his conversations with the president to the press.
Top FBI officials used the words "surprised," "stunned," "shocked" and "disappointment" to describe Comey's external release of an unclassified memo.
"His wife I think is fantastic and I'm thinking about commuting his sentence very strongly. I think it's enough, seven years," Trump told reporters of Blagojevich.
Longtime Trump confidante Roger Stone posted a message calling for former CIA Director John Brennan to be "hung for treason" Saturday night.
"Mueller, I'd imagine, at the behest of the left gives them what they need to jumpstart the calls for impeachment," Jeanine Pirro said. "You either indict or you don't… every prosecutor knows if you don't indict someone, you stop there."
Kellyanne Conway ridiculed former FBI Director James Comey as a "liar and a leaker" once again on Fox News on Wednesday.
President Donald Trump is a liar and his rhetoric is damaging America's institutions, former FBI Director James Comey wrote in a new op-ed for The Washington Post.
Fox News host Jeanine Pirro used her Saturday evening show to rail against the "Deep State" and what she claims is a massive federal government conspiracy against President Donald Trump.
"It seems that individuals in the Justice Department at the highest levels who seem to state the facts and the law as they exist seem to not do well," said former Deputy Assistant Attorney General Elliot Williams.
"Accomplished people lacking inner strength can't resist the compromises necessary to survive Mr. Trump," Comey wrote.
This war of words all stems from CNN political analyst April Ryan use of an execution metaphor to discuss firings in the White House's press office.
"Sanders told this Office [of the special counsel] that her reference to hearing from 'countless members of the FBI' was a 'slip of the tongue,'" investigators wrote in the Mueller report.
Donald Trump has frequently attempted to deride Robert Mueller using false information.
Journalist Vicky Ward says her new book details how Jared Kushner "really pushed the president to fire James Comey in a way that hasn't really been reported before."
"Folks, Donald Trump is the president," Conway said. "It's been going on a couple of years now and get used to it."
"Just in the past few days, the counterintelligence red flags are flying a lot higher than they did, arguably, then, when this investigation was first launched" after the James Comey firing, Samantha Vinograd said.
"This is Vladimir Putin, who he was trying to do business with, who was helping him win the election," Jeffrey Toobin said.
Andrew McCabe in a "60 Minutes" interview described chaos in the top echelons of the FBI and Department of Justice after Trump took office.
"You are out of your mind if you don't think the FBI wanted to make a case if we could," Comey said. "The facts weren't there."
"It goes something like this, 'If you don't go easy on Flynn, I'll break your kneecaps," the lawyer and former New York City mayor said.
The president phoned a New York Times reporter after a meeting with the Russian leader at the 2017 G20 summit and said he accepted Putin's denial.