James Comey testifies before Senate about Trump, Russia

Former FBI Director James Comey is tesifying before the Senate Intelligence Committee about his interactions with President Donald Trump before Trump fired him. Read our Q&A about what to watch and our story about Comey's prepared remarks, released June 7. Follow our feed of fact-checking analysis from Twitter.  In his opening remarks, Comey said he understood that the president can fire an FBI director at any time, for any reason, even though Congress initiated a 10-year term for the position. However, Comey said, he grew "confused and increasingly concerned" about his dismissal after shifting explanations from the White House. Notably, Comey flat-out called … >>More
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