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Just days before James Comey's new tell-all book hits shelves, Steve Hilton is putting the former FBI director on trial.

In a can't-miss “Next Revolution” special, Hilton welcomes an expert legal panel, including Kimberly Guilfoyle, Gregg Jarrett and more, to discuss Comey’s actions as director of the bureau.

"The Trial of James Comey" airs Sunday at 9:00pm ET on Fox News Channel, with a re-airing at midnight ET.

In an ABC News interview and in just-released excerpts from the forthcoming book, Comey compares the President Trump to a mob boss and accuses him of being unconcerned with Russia's election interference. He also recalls Trump requesting that the FBI investigate salacious allegations about his actions with Russian prostitutes.

According to excerpts from the book, Comey says Trump is "untethered to truth" and "ego-driven," describing his presidency as a "forest fire."

Trump took to Twitter to slam Comey Friday morning, calling him a "leaker [and] liar" who botched the Hillary Clinton email investigation. 

On "Fox & Friends," Hilton previewed Sunday's special, saying they're going to look beyond Comey's name-calling and salacious allegations and examine if he actually committed federal crimes in his handling of the Clinton probe and the Russia investigation.

"We've assembled a top team of lawyers who are going to look at that and debate it, and that's why we're putting James Comey on trial this Sunday."

"The Trial of James Comey" is part of a must-see Sunday night lineup that also "Legends & Lies: The Civil War" at 8:00pm ET and "Life, Liberty & Levin" at 10:00.


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