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Comey defends releasing Trump memos

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After a few questions from the audience at The College of William and Mary, where Comey (an alum) will be teaching a class on ethical leadership in the fall, Comey took issue with Cooper characterizing releasing memos that he had written on President Trump as "leaking" them.

Trump dismissed Comey in May previous year while the FBI was investigating allegations Russia meddled in the 2016 presidential election and possible collusion between Russians and Trump's campaign.

The fired former Federal Bureau of Investigation director has had 11 months to get his story straight - and it shows.

According to Comey's accounts of his 2017 meetings with the president, Trump said the Moscow trip was so quick that his head never hit a pillow - even for one night. I write at the end of my book that Trump's presidency is a forest fire ... they do damage but things grow in the wake of them. Higher-than-expected demand led Macmillan imprint Henry Holt & Co to order up 2.1 million copies in its first week.

President Trump tweeted Friday that the documents were classified.


Neither the White House nor Trump Organization immediately responded to requests for comment.

"I wanted to see James Comey's take on his own actions of the election cycle and see kind of his point of view, you hear most of other people's point of view on TV, Donald Trump himself on Twitter, so I wanted to hear it for his mouth", said Junior Aaron Stello. "I hope that won't surprise you".

They say it was a great way to socialize and learn at the same time. But Comey says he was sacked to disrupt the investigation he was leading into suspicions of collusion between the Trump campaign and Russian Federation to influence the election.

Patrick Fitzgerald, Chicago's former longtime US attorney, is helping represent his longtime friend, former FBI Director James Comey.

"To me, what matters most, and what the American people did not vote for and would not vote for is the derogation of the norms, the touchstone of truth, which is the heart of this country", he said. "He said he thought maybe he should ask me to investigate the whole thing to prove it was a lie".



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