WASHINGTON - President Donald Trump said on Thursday to the NBC that he would like to send out the FBI chief James Comey. In his opinion, he did not need any recommendations from the Ministry of Justice. It has been a mess with the FBI for quite some time, according to Trump.
Trump said earlier this week that Comey's resignation was due to the advice of Justice Minister Jeff Sessions and his Deputy Minister Rod Rodenstein. Sessions and Rodenstein gave Trump the farewell farewell to Comey. Comey was the head of federal detective since 2013 and Trump suddenly threw him on Tuesday.
Trump stressed Thursday that there is no investigation against him at the FBI. Up to three times, Comey assured that, said Trump. The FBI is investigating any Russian interference with the election campaigns in the US. There might be people from the Trumps campaign team.