In a sit-down interview that aired Sunday, the two agreed that the former president could accept the Republican nomination while facing legal repercussions.
'It's a crazy world that Donald Trump is dragging this country into, but he could be wearing an ankle bracelet while accepting the nomination at the Republican convention,' Comey said.
That would create a devastating situation for the judicial system, Comey argued, claiming that Trump could 'destroy' those that investigate or hold him accountable.
The two did not however touch on the Durham Report which essentially debunked claims that the Trump team worked with Russia to collude in the 2016 election.
In their nearly 10 minute interview, the former White House Press Secretary and disgraced FBI director shared banter about their fears of a repeat Trump presidency.
Comey told Psaki: 'Think about what four years of a retribution presidency might look like. He could order the investigation and prosecution of individuals, who he sees as enemies.'
He also explicitly proclaimed his hopes that the case involving the documents found at Mar-a-Lago holds up and that he is brought to justice.