Former Obama aide to Comey: 'No one is asking for your advice'
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A former aide for President Obama tore into James ComeyJames Brien ComeyJohn Brennan rips Trump on Twitter about what it means to be 'presidential' Is the ‘Ferguson Effect’ to blame for the carnage in Chicago? Dangers to the First Amendment if foreign campaign dirt is criminal MORE after the ex-FBI director urged Democrats not to “lose” their minds and “rush to the socialist left.”

Tommy Vietor, a former Obama spokesman and current co-host of the popular "Pod Save America" podcast, responded to Comey on Sunday afternoon.

“Hey Jim, we got this covered,” Vietor wrote on Twitter. “No one is asking for your advice. As we saw during the campaign, your judgment isn’t great! All the best, everyone.”

His tweet came after Comey told Democrats that leaning too far to the left is what President TrumpDonald John TrumpAl Gore: Trump has had 'less of an impact on environment so far than I feared' Trump claims tapes of him saying the 'n-word' don't exist Trump wanted to require staffers to get permission before writing books: report MORE and the Republican Party “are counting on you to do.”

Comey’s advice comes less than a week after he urged his followers to vote for Democratic candidates in November's midterm elections.

His suggestion received backlash from former advisers to Hillary ClintonHillary Diane Rodham ClintonHillicon Valley: FBI fires Strzok after anti-Trump tweets | Trump signs defense bill with cyber war policy | Google under scrutiny over location data | Sinclair's troubles may just be beginning | Tech to ease health data access | Netflix CFO to step down Signs grow that Mueller is zeroing in on Roger Stone Omarosa claims president called Trump Jr. a 'f--- up' for releasing Trump Tower emails MORE, the 2016 Democratic presidential nominee.

Clinton’s former campaign press secretary, Brian Fallon, shared a similar sentiment to Vietor.

“Democrats don't want your endorsement, but thanks,” Fallon tweeted to Comey on Wednesday.

Clinton and many of her former campaign staffers have publicly lashed out at Comey after he released a letter, days before the 2016 presidential election, reopening the investigation into her use of a private email server while secretary of State.

Clinton has attributed Comey’s move, in part, to her defeat.

Comey was then later fired by Trump in May 2017.