Former FBI Director James Comey appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Office Building. Comey said he took copious notes of his talks with Trump because he was "honestly concerned'' that the president might lie about what had been said in their meeting.
Former FBI Director James Comey appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Office Building. Comey said he took copious notes of his talks with Trump because he was "honestly concerned'' that the president might lie about what had been said in their meeting. Matt McClain The Washington Post
Former FBI Director James Comey appears before the Senate Intelligence Committee in the Hart Office Building. Comey said he took copious notes of his talks with Trump because he was "honestly concerned'' that the president might lie about what had been said in their meeting. Matt McClain The Washington Post

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