Former Director of the FBI James ComeyJames Brien ComeyComey: Trump will receive the “biggest punishment” after the Congressional riots are to “remove” his presidency. Comey believes that Trump should not be prosecuted after leaving the Oval Office.Trump’s voters and progressives have a lot in common, and Biden can unite them Tips that President-elect Biden should consider forgiveness President Trump If he faces criminal prosecution after leaving office.
“I don’t know, he should at least think about it,” Comey said in an interview with BBC News Night. “Donald Trump, he is not a genius, but he may figure out that if he accepts a pardon, it is innocent. The US Supreme Court said, so I don’t know he will accept the pardon.”
Comey said that Biden’s potential pardon will “heal the country and get us to a place where we can focus on what will happen in the next four years.”
“I think Joe BidenJoe Biden (Joe Biden) Cotton: After Trump leaves the office, the Senate has no right to impeachment trials. Mary Taylor Greene (Marjorie Taylor Greene) said she will introduce impeachment after the resignation of the acting director of ICE against Biden article. At least think about it. “He added.
“Donald Trump is in jail.”
Former FBI Director @Comey said that although he “obviously believes” that the president should go to jail, he believes that “it is in the best interest of the American people not to do so”, adding that Biden should “consider” pardoning Donald Trump #News Night pic.twitter.com/RUghKyq5nW
-BBC News Night (@BBCNewsnight) January 13, 2021
Legal experts said it may be difficult to prosecute Trump for crimes related to the deadly riot in the Capitol last week by his supporters, leading to a second impeachment of the president on Wednesday. They pointed out that the president and his company may face scrutiny for possible financial crimes in the Southern District of New York.
Earlier this week, Trump fired Comey. He said that for politicians and the media, ignoring Trump after Trump’s resignation would be “the greatest punishment he can imagine.”
Comey told the BBC that Trump did “be in prison”, but he believed that prosecuting the former president “is not in the best interest of the entire country.”
He added: “I think the smarter decision is not to chase him.” “But no matter what you do, the next President Joe Biden should explain this to the American people. Be transparent about why you do your own thing. ”
Trump has repeatedly attacked Comey and other former intelligence and former law enforcement officials during his four-year tenure, claiming that they are part of the so-called Deep State, which tried to disrupt his 2016 presidential campaign and eventually triggered Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Mueller (Robert (Bob) Mueller) Why when Biden (Biden) chooses Yate, Cuomo or Jones as AG, he can guarantee a special counsel Barr (Barr) Attorneys in Russia to investigate the originSpecial counsel survey.
In recent weeks, Comey has criticized Trump for peddling unproven theories about election fraud and falsely claiming that the 2020 election was “stolen”.
“You can’t yell at people to convince them that they have been defrauded. One of the most difficult things in the world is to get the victim of a fraud to admit that they were deceived,” Comey said in an interview this week Said. Accepted an interview with NBC “Today”. “I have dealt with criminal cases and the victim of fraud will come to support the fraudster after he pleads guilty. This is not to yell at them, but to coax them, urge them and get them out of that lie.”