Among the bombshells overlooked by many in the testimony offered by former FBI Director James Comey Thursday is the fact that he stopped just short of denying that there is any collusion between the Trump campaign and “the Russians.” While he pulled up just short of that, he did say agree that the New York Times report to that effect was “almost entirely wrong.”

 

 

 

 

 

Former FBI Director James Comey gave testimony Thursday before the Senate Intelligence Committee. He testified that not only was President Trump not under investigation during Comey’s time at the FBI, but that Trump never interfered with the Russia investigation. He also said that there was no evidence that Russia influenced the election.

In his sworn testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee Thursday, former FBI Director James Comey directly contradicted his previous sworn testimony from May 3. Not only that, but he made conflicting remarks in Thursday's testimony.

Former FBI Director James Comey — in a prepared statement that was made part of his testimony before the Senate Intelligence Committee — confirmed that he told Donald Trump three times that he was not under investigation.

Representative Walter Jones seeks God's forgiveness for voting to authorize military force in Afghanistan and Iraq.

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