List Rules Vote up the hypotethical bombshells you think former FBI Director will drop about the Trump-Russia investigation.
After being fired from the FBI in the middle of an investigation into President Trump’s possible ties with Russia, former FBI Director James Comey went from being viewed as a GOP lapdog to a lone wolf of the two-party system. Now he will testify in front of the Senate on live television on June 8th, 2017, adding extra dramatics to an already chaotic administration. As the world waits for Comey to spill the beans on President Trump and his administration, James Comey testimony predictions have begun to run rampant. Some pundits expect Comey to blow the lid off the Trump administration’s alleged collusion with Russia, while some party poopers offer the very sober possibility that he might not say anything worthwhile. The one thing that’s for sure is that everyone, even President Trump, is riddled with anticipation. So what will James Comey reveal to Congress?
The biggest question about the coming congressional hearing is will James Comey incriminate President Trump in Senate testimony? After all, Comey aligned himself with the conservative party for as long as anyone can remember, and just because he doesn’t get along with Trump doesn’t mean that he won’t play ball. However, the possibility of him being the guy who brings down one of the most negligent presidents America ever elected likely has Comey daydreaming of the phrase “American Hero” next to his name in history textbooks. Considering the week-to-week melodrama of the Trump administration so far, what do you think Comey plans to reveal? Vote on the dimes you think the former FBI director is going to drop and don’t forget to check back after his Senate hearing to see if you were right. Best of luck, because predicting the Trump administration is like mapping chaos.
Former National Security Adviser Michael Flynn Had Contacts With The Russian Government
Russian Hackers Definitely Stole Hillary's Emails
Donald Trump Willfully Interfered With Investigations Into His Administration
The President Was Trying To Impede The FBI Investigation
Trump Knowingly Obstructed The Russian Probe
Trump Knowingly Spread False Claims On Social Media
Trump Doesn't Spellcheck His Memos
Trump Demanded Comey Shut The Investigation Down
The President Is Actively Committing Obstruction Of Justice With Every Chance He Gets
That Trump Demanded Comey's Loyalty Before Firing Him
Jared Kushner Sought Backchannel Communications With Russia
That Trump Has No Idea What He's Doing
Trump's Aides Are Disseminating Fake News
There Was Collusion Between Trump's Administration And Russia