Donald Trump claims he has 100 pictures of James Comey and Robert Mueller 'kissing'
The President of the United States said in a recent interview that he had photographic proof of special counsel Robert Mueller kissing another man.
Trump told the Daily Caller has he more than 100 photos and believes that Mueller's relationship with former FBI Director James Comey discredits their investigation into Trump's ties with Russia.
The transcript of their interview was published online. Read more on our Twitter account, @amomama_usa.
When asked if he thinks that Mueller passing the September 1 deadline points to him interfering with the election, Trump said he views it "as in illegal investigation."
He said: "I view it as being illegal for many reasons. Some of which are that, number one there was no crime and number two everybody was conflicted, including Mueller."
Trump then said that he interviewed Mueller for the post of FBI Director and even though the president "liked him, [he] didn't give him the job."
He explained that he had a "real business dispute" in the past, and also referred to Mueller's friendship with Comey.
"And I could give you 100 pictures of him and Comey hugging and kissing each other. You know, he’s Comey’s best friend. How can you possibly have a man who is that."
He went on to say "then somebody from his law firm came out and said, ‘I can’t believe they picked Mueller. He hates the president. He hates the president.’"
The President didn't explain how got the photos or why he has possession of them, and the White House declined to comment.
Now at first, I was skeptical that Trump had photos of Robert Mueller and James Comey hugging and kissing each other. But we contacted the White House, and they sent some examples over. #LSSC pic.twitter.com/ooVz7ptoEb— A Late Show (@colbertlateshow) September 6, 2018
As the Vox pointed out, a 100 photos are "a lot of photos to have of two former FBI directors."
Mueller and Comey have a working relationship going back years. They first began working together when President George W Bush was in office.