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Saturday, May 13, 2017

Comey willing to testify, but only in public


Fired FBI director Jim Comey stunned yesterday when he declined an invitation to appear before the Senate Intelligence Committee next week in a closed session. 

Now a "close associate" of his told the NYTimes that he's more than willing to testify, but not behind closed doors. 

 Why it matters: Those closed sessions routinely leak to the press, but if Comey has something to say, a public hearing will be harder for Trump to avoid or describe as "fake news."

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Infidel753 said...

Very wise. Comey most likely has plenty to say, and he'll want it to have maximum impact, especially after how Trump treated him.

There's reason to think the FBI as a whole is now even more motivated to get to the bottom of things.

I fear all Trump has done is to awaken a sleeping giant and fill him with a terrible resolve.

Jersey McJones said...

Oh my...


Kevin Robbins said...

That's an interesting link at C and L, Infidel. I just loved "fierce coordination." It's going to be fascinating to see how this plays out.

Rational Nation USA said...

If the terrible resolve results in Trump and all his corrupted lackeys falling like dominos it will be a good thing.

The country is ready for a bloodless revolution methinks.

Kevin Robbins said...

Hey Donald, you better call Saul.

anymouse said...

Kevin - LOL!! Perfect.