WATCH: Fox host accuses Comey of trying to blackmail Trump with the Russian hooker pee tape
Fox News host Mark Levin -- screenshot

Appearing on Fox & Friends on Friday morning, Fox News host Mark Levin launched into a full-scale attack on James Comey, saying he thinks the former FBI director attempted to blackmail Donald Trump by threatening to release the famed golden showers tape of the president with Russian hookers.


“Comey is like a bad rash,” Levin told Fox and Friends host Brian Kilmeade. “You know, he just won’t go away.”

The brash Fox personality who hosts Fox's Life, Liberty and Levin on the Sunday nights, accused Comey of being a "very petty, superficial man.”

“This is a former head of the FBI. He is the former deputy attorney general of the United States. He is a former United States attorney. He is conducting himself like a complete Bozo the Clown," Levin snarled. "And he does enormous damage to the Federal Bureau of Investigation by conducting himself this way.”

Turning to the private meeting documented in Comey's notes, where  the then-FBI director said Trump badgered him about the investigation into former Trump National Security Adviser Michael Flynn, Levin claimed that Comey tried to hang on to his job by threatening the president with information contained in the notorious Steele dossier.

"You have a dossier that was fraudulent, where you have you actual collusion with the Hillary Clinton campaign and the DNC, and payments being made through law firms to Fusion GPS," Levin maintained. "That was used to get a FISA warrant against an American citizen with loose ties to the Trump campaign in order to get to the Trump campaign and the Trump transition through the back door."

"All this, again, occurred under James Comey's watch and then, he meets with the president-elect of the United States, a week or so before he becomes president of the United States," he added. "Clears the room out, doesn't show him the dossier, doesn't tell him who funded it, but tells him some of the most scurrilous lies that are in this dossier in order, I think, to tell the president of the United States 'don't mess with me, look what I have on you.' I actually think he was in a position to blackmail the president. Or he thought he was."

Levin was mistaken about Comey clearing the room out, as it has been previously reported that Trump asked to be alone with Comey, sending Attorney General Jeff Sessions to step outside.

You can watch the interview below: