Nate Silver at Five ThirtyEight has spoken--FBI Director James Comey gave us President Trump. I don't think either side of the political aisle likes Comey, who roams the corridors of power in Washington unilaterally intervening whenever he sees problems that only he can discern, and then dispenses resolutions that sometimes fly directly in the face of long-established norms but no matter, he consults sagely before acting with--himself.
Neither side trusts this hifalutin Lone Ranger who wields greater independent power than the infamous J. Edgar Hoover did at the height of nearly four decades of criminal chicanery.
Comey destroyed our democratic process last October with his infamous "private" letter to Congressional leaders (Utah Republican Jason Chaffetz won the race to publicize it, within minutes) about initiating another (baseless) investigation into Hillary Clinton's missing e-mails rather than see (in his mind) the independence of the FBI "destroyed." If finding those emails is so important, perhaps the president can ask his handler Putin for them.
Remember Rose Mary Woods and the missing 18 1/2-minutes? We somehow survived that gap and we'll survive this one, and I also seriously doubt those missing emails would provide the scienter necessary to prosecute Hillary Clinton (I know, Lock Her Up!). If there was criminal intent in those emails, the president's comrade would have already released them from his treasure-trove of hacked content.
#/:~/) "Am I doing ok? I'm president. Hey, I'm president! Can you believe it, right?"