Last President to Fire an FBI Director? BILL CLINTON

As the liberal media is trying to cause a huge issue out of President Trump firing James Comey, let’s remember that good’ole Bill Clinton was the last President to do so…

The LA Times reported:

It’s been 24 years since a president fired the director of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.

In 1993, President Clinton ousted William Sessions as FBI director after Sessions refused to voluntarily step down amid ethical concerns. It was the first and only time to happen in U.S. history. That is, until Donald Trump fired James Comey.

Sessions, appointed by Ronald Reagan, had been under investigation by the Justice Department’s Office of Professional Responsibility during George H.W. Bush’s final year in office.

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