Harvard professor emeritus Alan Dershowitz slammed James Comey for writing the “worst possible book at the worst possible time for the worst possible reasons” on Fox News’ “Tucker Carlson Tonight” Friday.
“I used to have a good feeling about Comey,” Dershowitz said. “I met him a few times when he was in Boston. I now have only very strong negative feelings about him and he just enhances the suspicion that I think so many Americans now have of the law enforcement, and we ought to be trusting law enforcement. And, nobody today would trust Comey with secrets or confidences.”
That’s not the only thing Dershowitz had to say about the former FBI director.
“This is a gossipy, revenge, make money quick, get even, hurt your political opponents, raise questions about the politicization of the Justice Department and the FBI. It’s the worst possible book at the worst possible time for the worst possible reasons.” (RELATED: Comey: Classified Info Would Have ‘Cast Serious Doubt’ On Loretta Lynch Handling Clinton Investigation)
“It’s scandalous and shameful and I’m disappointed with him,” Dershowitz also said.