Friday October 30, 2020

Comey says he wrote detailed memos fearing Trump would lie

Ousted FBI chief started making notes after meeting Trump in New York two weeks before inauguration

8th June, 2017
Comey testifies Pic: Getty

Ousted FBI chief James Comey called Donald Trump’s shifting explanations for firing him "lies, plain and simple" - and said he wrote detailed memos of their conversations fearing the president would paint a false picture of their encounters.

Comey began the practice immediately after meeting Trump for the first time on January 6 in New York, two weeks before his inauguration. He told the Senate Intelligence Committee today that he documented their exchanges...

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