Meghan McCain on Wednesday questioned former FBI Director James Comey's claims of being apolitical, saying he sounded "like a political commentator."
Comey visited ABC's "The View" to promote his new book, A Higher Loyalty: Truth, Lies, and Leadership, which was officially released Tuesday.
The ABC co-host and Comey openly sparred over what McCain viewed as overtly political conduct from Comey during and after his tenure atop the nation's premier law enforcement agency.
"I wanna believe you're not a political person," McCain said. "You're the head of the FBI, but you write in your book how you went to President Obama and were on the verge of tears, saying you were gonna miss him. You also said you were dreading the next four years with Trump."
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