Redacted memos written by disgraced former FBI Director James Comey were published online on Thursday evening.
Comey penned seven memos stemming from nine conversations he had with President Donald Trump during his time at the FBI.
The 15-page document was provided to Congress by the Justice Department on Thursday.
The memos discuss Trump’s former national security adviser, Michael Flynn. In his notes, Comey claims that Trump had complained to him about the general’s judgement.
“The guy has serious judgment issues,” Comey claimed to recall the president saying.
“I did not comment at any point during this topic and there was no mention or acknowledgment of any FBI interest in or contact with General Flynn,” Comey wrote.
Comey also wrote that Trump told him, “I need loyalty.”
“I replied that he would always get honesty from me,” Comey wrote. “[Trump] paused and said that’s what he wants, ‘honest loyalty.’ I replied, ‘you will get that from me.'”
“It is possible we understood that phrase differently,” Comey added, “but I chose to understand it as consistent with what I had said throughout the conversation: I will serve the President with loyalty to the office, the country, and the truth. I decided it would not be productive to push the subject further.”
Comey also recalled Trump wanting him to investigate the infamous dossier to disprove it.
On Sunday House Judiciary Chairman Rep. Bob Goodlatte (R-VA) had told Maria Bartiromo on Sunday Morning Futures that the House was ready to take action against the DOJ if the requested Comey memos from the FBI were not provided.