White House suggests ex-FBI director committed perjury

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The White House renewed its attack Monday on former FBI director James Comey, justifying his controversial dismissal with suggestions that he committed perjury and leaked sensitive information. After a top ex-aide to Donald Trump described the decision to fire Comey as a grave mistake, the White House hit back with a volley of allegations against the…

3 Responses to White House suggests ex-FBI director committed perjury

  1. Lless September 12, 2017 at 12:28 pm #

    A sand box full of four year olds with no adult in charge.

  2. Doug in Oakland September 12, 2017 at 5:19 pm #

    “The comments came after former chief strategist Steve Bannon said firing Comey was the worst mistake in “modern political history.””

    Uh, doesn’t the Iraq war qualify as “modern political history”?

  3. bt September 12, 2017 at 7:49 pm #

    Take notice that just today, the Trump White House turned over some documents and things to Mueller to look over in the Russia deal.

    Trump is very transparent, he’s feeling some heat on the Russia deal, so he’s lashing out. Every time the heat goes up, Trump goes on a tirade. It’s a signal that the documents are important and that Mueller is continuing to make Trump sweat.

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