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  • Sen. John McCain asks Comey disjointed set of questions at intel hearing

    Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), during his line of questioning at a Senate Intelligence Committee, asked former FBI Director James Comey a series of unusual questions relating to President Donald Trump and the FBI's investigations. People on social media later were asking whether or not the senator was okay.

Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), during his line of questioning at a Senate Intelligence Committee, asked former FBI Director James Comey a series of unusual questions relating to President Donald Trump and the FBI's investigations. People on social media later were asking whether or not the senator was okay. AP
Senator John McCain (R-Ariz.), during his line of questioning at a Senate Intelligence Committee, asked former FBI Director James Comey a series of unusual questions relating to President Donald Trump and the FBI's investigations. People on social media later were asking whether or not the senator was okay. AP

Read the full exchange between McCain and Comey that prompted widespread confusion

June 08, 2017 1:41 PM