washingtonexaminer.com | The Wall Street Journal editorial board, right-leaning but frequently critical of Donald Trump, said the president was right to terminate FBI Director James Comey.
The paper had called for Comey to resign before Trump was sworn into office and the Journal said Tuesday night, after the White House announced it had fired him, that he has become too political.
"The reality is that Mr. Comey has always been most concerned with the politics of his own reputation," said the Journal. "He styles himself as the last honest man in Washington as he has dangled insinuations across his career about the George W. Bush White House and surveillance, then Mrs. Clinton and emails, and now Mr. Trump and Russia. He is political in precisely the way we don't want a leader of America's premier law-enforcement agency to behave."
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