Ex-director of the Federal Bureau of Examination, James Comey, has rowed back on an earlier call he had actually produced President Joe Biden to think of pardoning Donald Trump and has also confessed that he wanted he had actually stood more to the former president.
Come y welcomed the impeachment of the previous president whom he thought ought to be convicted on the article of inciting his fans to storm the U.S. Capitol because it would be “an important accountability procedure.”
However, when asked whether he still held the opinion he provided earlier this month that Biden must consider issuing a pardon to allow the country to move forward, Comey stated: “I believe it is a close concern.”
” On balance, it would be better for the United States if the Department of Justice didn’t prosecute him for his blockages of justice and his extortions and his other criminal activities devoted while he was president. Whether President Biden pardons him is another concern,” he told British program, Channel 4 News.