FBI director James Comey compares Patriots, Hillary Clinton in congressional testimony


FBI director James Comey compares Patriots, Hillary Clinton in congressional testimony
  1. FBI director James Comey compares Patriots, Hillary Clinton in congressional testimony
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    Comey said as a Giants fan, he always wants the Patriots to lose. The Russians reportedly felt the same way about Hillary…
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FBI director James Comey has had his hands full after President Donald Trump claimed the Obama administration wire-tapped his phones during the election.

Comey has come out and said he he has no information or evidence on those allegations during a hearing in front of Congress Monday. He also provided some insight on why the Russians were so supportive of Trump during the election, by way of an odd Patriots metaphor.

“I hate the New England Patriots, and no matter who they play I’d like them to lose,” Comey said. "At the same time, I'm rooting against the Patriots and hoping their opponent beats them, because there are only two teams on the field."

Comey, in his metaphor for Russia's alleged interference in the election, explained the nation's hatred for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton was so strong that the Russians backed the Republican nominee, who happened to be Trump.

Trump, coincidentally, never mis…

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