Hours Before Comey Testifies to Congress, Trump Just Picked Up The Phone & Told Congress What They Must Ask Him

James Comey is testifying before Congress on short notice, and Republicans in Congress have a LOT of questions for him. Everything from Comey’s decision not to recommend charges against Hillary Clinton in 2016, to his use of the phony Steele “dossier” to obtain FISA warrants to spy on then President-Elect Trump and his team.

Although Comey’s testimony will not be in public, it will be released in 24 hours word-for-word in a transcript. After seeing this, President Trump just picked up his phone and told Republican Congressmen exactly what they need to ask the former FBI director.

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The President Tweeted out the most scathing beatdown of James Comey that i’ve ever seen, and tells Congress exactly what the former FBI director must answer for.

In just 5 Tweets, Pres. Trump laid out EXACTLY why Comey, and his deep-state cohorts like Rosenstein, Mueller, Clapper, are the ones who truly need to be investigated. From protecting Hillary, to using their spying powers to come after a sitting President, their treasonous acts are FAR worse than anything Pres. Trump’s team has even been accused of. Here are Pres. Trump’s 5 Tweets:

Whoa.Bad news for Comey.

This comes after the Hill reported that Comey’s FBI may have abused the FISA courts to try and take down Pres. Trump.

From The Hill:

Sources tell me the targeted documents may provide the most damning evidence to date of potential abuses of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), evidence that has been kept from the majority of members of Congress for more than two years.

The email exchanges included then-FBI Director James Comey, key FBI investigators in the Russia probe and lawyers in the DOJ’s national security division, and they occurred in early to mid-October, before the FBI successfully secured a FISA warrant to spy on Trump campaign adviser Carter Page.

The email exchanges show the FBI was aware — before it secured the now-infamous warrant — that there were intelligence community concerns about the reliability of the main evidence used to support it: the Christopher Steele dossier.

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