Not to mention this slight problem of 'loyalty' and obstruction of justice...
"My Dinner With Comey: Current and Former FBI Officials Dispute Trump Account of Meeting With FBI Director
... At the Jan. 27 dinner, a week after assuming the presidency, Trump requested a loyalty pledge from Comey, people familiar with the dinner say. Comey replied that he could not offer loyalty, but he could pledge his honesty.
It's not known whether the men talked about national security adviser Michael Flynn. Flynn had been interviewed by the FBI a few days before, on Jan. 24 — grilled about his conversations with the Russian ambassador to the U.S., Sergey Kislyak.
Acting Attorney General Sally Yates had told the White House counsel that Flynn lied to White House officials about his talks with Kislyak — and that as a result, Vice President Mike Pence had misled the American people..."
http://www.cnbc.com/2017/05/11/my-dinne ... ector.html