Attorney and former federal judge Ken Starr said he's "deeply disappointed" in former FBI Drectort James Comey.
Starr, who served as independent counsel investigating Bill Clinton in the 1990s, said that he's long admired the FBI and the men and women who serve at the bureau.
"I don't think this is besmirching the bureau at all, because the work of the bureau goes on. These are great men and women," Starr said.
He said he's had the privilege of meeting hundreds of FBI agents and officials, and they've all been committed to the integrity and traditions of the bureau.
"And I think we're seeing those dishonored by Mr. Comey," Starr said. "It's a very disappointing display."