Pardon vs Prosecute


@POTUS and The White House continues attacking former FBI Director James Comey by suggesting that he broke the law when he shared with a friend copies of memos he wrote about President Trump.

The latest accusations, by press secretary Sarah Sanders seemed to urge for Comey’s prosecution. Sanders: 'Pretty clean and clear' that Comey broke federal law via @politico

This may be a throwaway line about leaks. CNBC Related commentary: White House again suggests Comey may have broken the law by releasing Trump notes

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The flip side of pardoning your friends is prosecuting your enemies. Abuse of Power: The White House Slimes James Comey—Again—again

These accusations may be bordering on frivolous. Trump White House Should Stop Talking about Comey

GOP Oversight chairman dismisses White House call for prosecutors to consider charging Comey

These hapless smears could turn out to be pointless and may possibly backfire. The Hapless Smear Campaign Against Jim Comey

As the special investigation heats up, so do Trump's attacks.
As Mueller probe intensifies, so do Trump attacks on Comey