Skip to comments.Comey transcript: Bureau brass called Clinton interview ‘unusual,’ email use ‘appalling’
Posted on 12/09/2018 6:53:01 PM PST by E. Pluribus Unum
The lengthy transcript released Saturday of James Comeys closed-door interview with congressional lawmakers showed the former FBI director called certain aspects of the Hillary Clinton email case unusual and revealed a former bureau lawyer called her handling of classified information appalling.
While much of the questioning Friday by House lawmakers concerned the genesis of the Russia probe now led by Special Counsel Robert Mueller, GOP lawmakers repeatedly returned to the Clinton investigation.
Comey mocked Republicans for that upon exiting the interview Friday, telling reporters, We are talking again about Hillary Clintons emails for heavens sakes, so Im not sure we need to do this at all, while adding he answered questions out of respect for the institution.
Among those leading that line of questioning was House Oversight Committee Chairman Trey Gowdy, R-S.C. In one revealing moment, he pointedly asked Comey who made the decision in 2016 to allow Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson Clintons lawyers and also her aides to sit in on the FBIs interview of the former secretary of state.
Comey said he thought the Justice Department did, without objection from the FBI. Gowdy noted theyve interviewed some bureau officials who considered that unusual, considering Mills and Samuelson were fact witnesses allowed to be present during the interview of another, Clinton.
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We are talking again about Hillary Clintons emails for heavens sakes,
No, her handling of classified information was criminal.
all they should ask him about if/when he turns up for round 2 on 17 Dec is Obama/Clinton/DNC/Steele/Russians/intel agencies etc and the fake Russian dossier, plus the attempt to stop Donald Trump becoming President and the continuing coup attempt to topple him.
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