It’s not just Waters that feels this way about Comey, it’s many of them.
Also from Politico:
Lawmakers at the meeting referenced a tense final 15 minutes, but did not elaborate on what exactly was discussed during the final part of the briefing.
“I’m disappointed, outraged — many of us are right now,” Rep. Tim Walz, a Democrat from Minnesota, told The Hill. “I’ll wait to pass full judgment, but the exchange that just happened in the final 15 minutes gives me no reason to have confidence.”
He continued: “I was nonjudgmental until the last 15 minutes. I no longer have that confidence in him.”
Rep. Charlie Crist, a Democrat from Florida, said he wants to have faith in Comey but that he has “concerns.”
And Rep. Elijah Cummings, the senior Democrat on the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee, made a similar statement.
“I’m extremely concerned — extremely,” he said.
I think “what happened” at the end of the meeting involves the exchange that was all over the news this afternoon?:
Comey was asked why he publicly announced he was re-opening the investigation into Clinton’s emails days before the election–something he should not have done…but he did not tell the public there was a counterintelligence investigation going on about Trump and Russia on hacking, campaign funding, and more that involved the CIA, FBI, Treasury and Justice Departments, the Office of the Director of National Intelligence, and the National Security Agency.
Comey, apparently, did not have a good answer for it.
His decision-making did not look bi-partisan.