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Ken Starr, the former independent advice to President Bill Clinton, stressed, to say that the former FBI Director, James Comey was wrong, in an NBC interview that his release was “potentially an obstruction of justice.”
“It is so poorly designed that you might think that the fire James Comey, the investigation ended somehow. It is the investigation,” Starr started The story with Martha MacCallum told “” on Wednesday.
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“There is no proposal at all, in fact, we have opposed proposals, to the effect that Bob Mueller was able to conduct this investigation without any kind of obstacle or hindrance from the Ministry of justice. So I really think that this approach of Mr. Comey, with all due respect, is just absolutely wrong.”
Special Counsel Robert Müller presented his report about the alleged Russian interference in the elections of 2016 last weekend, and Minister of justice, William Barr published a summary of Sunday, said the report found no agreement of the President of Trump with Russia, although Müller is not an explicit provision on the issue of disability.
It is designed so poorly that you might think that the fire James Comey, the investigation ended somehow. The investigation was launched.
— Ken Starr
Comey made his disability claim in an interview on Wednesday, which is set to air in its entirety on NBC’s “Nightly News”.
“Then your dismissal 3. May 2017, you will have to go before the Senate Judiciary Committee. … You refuse to answer the questions specifically, evidence for a cooperation at this point. A few days later you will be dismissed,” NBC’s Holt, Lester, said Comey.
“A few days later, I sit down with President Trump,” Holt continued. “He says, ‘when I decided to just do it,’ talk to fire you,” I said to myself, I said, you know, the Russia thing with Trump and Russia is a made-up story.’ What did you think when you hear that?”
FLASHBACK: TRUMP FIRES FBI DIRECTOR COMEY
“I thought that possibly hope obstruction of justice, and I that someone is going to look,” Comey responded.
Trump fired Comey on 9. May 2017, in which he him in a short letter with that he could not “lead effectively” in the office.
Fox News ” Elizabeth Zwirz contributed to this story.