Earlier this year, Donald Trump fired James Comey from heading up the FBI. This was seen as potential obstruction of justice, especially as Trump later admitted on national TV that he had done it because of "the Russia thing". This weekend, Steve Bannon mentioned Comey in his 60 Minutes interview, including the claim that the firing was the "biggest political mistake in modern presidential history". This, of course, was an insult to Trump, and we all know what Trump does when he feels insulted. In this case, however, he apparently hasn't felt the desire to punch Bannon back; so, instead, he is attempting to punch Comey. So yeah, he's had Sarah Sanders go up on stage and start relating all the evils of James Comey. Inappropriate deeds. Nasty deeds. Illegal deeds. Yes, that's right, today Sanders started making a case about the illegal actions Comey took: In Wednesday’s press briefing, reading from what appeared to be prepared notes, Sanders explained what she meant by “illegal”: “The memos that Comey leaked were created on an FBI computer while he was the director,” she said. “He claims they were private property, but they clearly followed the protocol of an official FBI document, leaking FBI memos on a sensitive case regardless of classification violates federal laws including the Privacy Act, standard FBI employment agreement and nondisclosure agreement all personnel must sign.” http://www.politico.com/magazine/story/2017/09/13/james-comey-smear-campaign-215601 So, what is the White House attempting to do with this statement? Trump has not attempted himself to take Comey to court. Is he trying to publicly coerce the FBI or DOJ into taking Comey to court? And isn't that just the kind of behavior that got Trump into trouble in the first place?