Having thrown the Justice Department under the bus yesterday, it appears the FBI Director has not managed to pass the hot potato of blame/responsibility for Trump's wiretap accusations. As The Hill reports, a White House spokeswoman on Monday said she "doesn't think" Trump accepts Comey's denial of the president's claims. As a reminder, a New York Times report Sunday said Comey asked the Justice Department to publicly reject the president's claims. Senior U.S. officials told the Times that Comey has said the president's wiretapping allegations are false and asked the Justice Department on Saturday to publicly correct the record. The FBI and DOJ declined to comment to the newspaper. But, as The Hill reports, it appears President Trump is not buying Comey's denial that former President Obama wiretapped Trump Tower during the campaign. "No, I don't think he does," Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday on ABC's "Good Morning America." Good on President Trump for rejecting FBI Director James Comey's claim that Obama didn't wiretap his phones in Trump Tower...Likely because James Comey is involved in the warrant-less wiretap committed by Obama on President Trump before the election. The fact remains the same on why President Trump needed to reject James Comey's denial of Obama wiretapping Trump Tower phones, because former Obama White House staff has admitted that Obama did indeed wiretap President Trump's Trump Tower before the election. Like how can James Comey even deny Obama wiretapping Trump, when multiple Obama officials have even come out admitting that President Obama did in fact wiretap President Trump? The good news is that President Trump is likely the first sitting President since the FBI was created, to reject claims from the FBI...And with everything involved in the Clinton Email scandal the FBI probably isn't the source anyone should trust including the President. Sounds like Comey trying to protect himself and the Obama administration from the Rule Of Law...Could possibly mean President Trump getting rid of FBI director James Comey, and the best replacement would be Sheriff David Clarke.