'A Very Disappointing Display': Ken Starr Says Comey Has 'Dishonored' the FBI
Attorney and former federal judge Ken Starr said he's "deeply disappointed" in James Comey.
The former FBI director has been making the media rounds to promote his new tell-all book, "A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, And Leadership."
In an ABC News interview, Comey said there's "certainly some evidence" that President Trump obstructed justice in the Russia probe, and he also said he believes the author of the infamous anti-Trump dossier is a "credible source."
In his book, according to excerpts, Comey also describes Trump as "untethered to truth" and "ego-driven," describing his presidency as a "forest fire."
Starr, who served as independent counsel investigating President Bill Clinton in the 1990s, said on "The Ingraham Angle" that he's long admired the FBI and the men and women who serve at the bureau.
"I don't think this is besmirching the bureau at all, because the work of the bureau goes on. These are great men and women," Starr said.
He said he's had the privilege of meeting hundreds of FBI agents and officials, and they've all been committed to the integrity and traditions of the bureau.
"And I think we're seeing those dishonored by Mr. Comey," Starr said. "It's a very disappointing display."
Don't miss Bret Baier's interview with James Comey on Thursday, April 26th at 6:00pm ET on Fox News Channel.