FBI Director James Comey is going hard after Hillary Clinton and President Obama wants him gone.
That according to New York Times best-selling author Ed Klein who spoke to “Fox & Friends” on Saturday and described Comey as a man with nothing to lose.
“Behind the scenes, the White House would like nothing more than to fire (Comey),” Klein said. “But it would be a Saturday night massacre. He can’t do it. Comey knows that.”
The term “Saturday Night Massacre” refers to President Richard Nixon’s October 20, 1973 dismissal of special prosecutor Archibald Cox and the subsequent resignations of Attorney General Elliot Richardson and Deputy Attorney General William Ruckelshaus during the Watergate scandal.
“He’s going full tilt, according to my sources, both on Mrs. Clinton’s emails, but more importantly, on the pay-to-play and the Haiti connection because of all the lucrative contracts that the Secretary of State Hillary Clinton steered to cronies and donors.
Klein said his sources told him that if Hilary Clinton is elected Comey will recommend an indictment of Clinton before her inauguration but Attorney general Loretta Lynch will not want to pursue it causing a “titanic battle” between the FBI and the White House.
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