Fire FBI Chief James Comey testified in his second closed-door interview on Capitol Hill Monday as part of a joint investigation with the House Oversight and Government Reform Committee into the handling of the Clinton email investigation and his involvement in FISAGate.
James Comey reportedly did not provide a satisfactory testimony in his second closed-door interview with the House Oversight Committee on Monday.
James Comey ran to the press following his closed door hearing. He would not talk to congressional investigators but had NO PROBLEM blabbing to reporters.
The former fired FBI Director left no doubt on Monday how outraged he is at President Trump, Republican lawmakers and FOX News.
Comey ttold the reporters “I’d rather not be speaking to reporters,” but it was the first thing he did when he left the hearing room.
Jim Comey: “I’d rather not be talking to you all (the press) but somebody has to stand up and speak for the FBI and the rule of law and I hope there’s a whole lot more somebodies out there than just me.”
“I’d rather not be talking to you all (the press) but somebody has to stand up and speak for the FBI and the rule of law and I hope there’s a whole lot more somebodies out there than just me,” former FBI Director James Comey says pic.twitter.com/QUiRNsslPA
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