Letters to the Editor

FBI’s James Comey should resign

That FBI Director James Comey, grilled by a U.S. Congressional panel on Thursday, is acclaimed by everyone, Democrats and Republicans alike, as a fine, highly professional, ethical public servant, is not in question.

That his decision to not call for prosecution of Hillary Clinton in the face of her huge litany of wrong doing as secretary of State shows an incredible lack of judgment.

Appointed for a term of 10 years, he should not continue, but should resign at once.

Joe Feinberg, Coral Gables

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