'It's the Politics of Personal Dislike': Scaramucci Blasts Comey, 'Nonsensical' Book Tour
Former White House Communications Director Anthony Scaramucci blasted James Comey Saturday, saying the former FBI director needs to "develop a little bit self-awareness" as he makes the rounds on his book tour.
Comey has been making television appearances to promote his tell-all book, "A Higher Loyalty."
"The power went to [Comey's] head ... This is nonsensical stuff," Scaramucci said. "My recommendation to him is get off the air, take a chill and develop a little bit of self-awareness about the problems you, yourself have, because guess what: we all have problems."
Jesse Watters also noted an un-aired portion of Comey's interview with ABC's George Stephanopoulos, during which Comey said he did not know if the Christopher Steele dossier on President Trump was credible.
"If the FBI director doesn't know about the credibility of a document and he's proffering that to a FISA judge, that's perpetrating fraud on a FISA court judge," he said.
Scaramucci said that Comey is showing "a lot of partisanship" and "the politics of personal dislike" toward Trump.
"You don't like the person, so now you're going to curve the rules to affect and hurt the person. It's unfair," he said on "Watters' World."
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