He might miss James Comey. The ex-FBI director assured President Trump he wasn’t under investigation. Now, the Washington Post reports the FBI did, in fact, launch a presidential probe — after Comey’s firing. Special Counsel Robert Mueller is now reportedly investigating whether the president obstructed justice, and sources say Daniel Coats and Mike Rogers, who head national intelligence and the NSA, respectively, have agreed to participate. Trump blasted the report as an “phony,” and experts say Coats and Rogers may refuse to quote Trump on tenuous grounds of executive privilege.