Gowdy: Comey Preaches 'Morality, Ethics & Truth' But Uses 'Relativism' to Rip Trump
House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy said fired FBI Director James Comey is being hypocritical in his criticisms of President Donald Trump.
Gowdy, a South Carolina Republican, said "everyone" should know what is in memoranda written by Comey that purportedly chronicles his meetings with Trump.
Tonight: @TGowdySC with his first reaction to Comey's media tour and possible leaks of classified info. And is Stormy relevant to this investigation?
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Gowdy said that in Comey's book and television interviews, the former lawman speaks about "morality, ethics and truth" but simultaneously "engage[s] in more relativism than any book author I've seen in a long time."
Gowdy noted that Comey considers Trump "unfit for office" because of alleged untoward actions and untruths, yet "gloats" about his own family earnestly supporting Hillary Clinton in 2016 and calling his deputy, Andrew McCabe, a victim.
"All three engaged in the same conduct,” according to Comey, Gowdy said.
Comey told ABC News Trump is "making stuff up" when he tweets about Comey needing to be prosecuted.
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