Now that I got that out of the way, let me try and tackle this historical firing of a Director of the Federal Bureau Of Investigation, that was actually in charge of an active investigation of members of the president’s administration that fired him.
The president has the absolute right to fire the Director of the FBI, for cause. The problem in this case is both one of optics as well as extraordinarily suspicious timing. James Comey has alternatively drawn the wrath of both political parties for some of his actions as Director, particularly related to the Bureau’s investigation into Hilary Clinton and her use of non-secure email servers and possible national security breaches that may have occurred related to the emails as well as any possible subsequent by Clinton and/or her staff. READ MORE